This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of local Saddleworth farming history. Burnedge Bent Farm was the home of Bryan Hough Farmer and much more, famous for his Whitebred Shorthorn cattle, his drywall teaching, and sheep farming.
The property is a Grade II listed building with amazing views of the Saddleworth moors and peak district national park. A stone farmhouse with shaped eaves gutter brackets, and a slate roof with coped gables. There are two stories, two bays, a lean-to extension on the right, and a brick porch on the left gable end. The windows are mullioned. There is an outside stable building and front and side walled gardens
Inside entering from the rear porch you are welcomed into a large galley kitchen that leads through into an office/study and into a large utility room with a door leading to the front garden.
Back inside off the kitchen are a formal dining room or second living room and the main living room gain with countryside vistas. Upstairs you have 2 huge double bedrooms and a large single bedroom with a family bathroom.
This is a must-see property! So book your viewing today!
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