Privately enclosed within grounds of approximately an acre; a stunning 18th century Farmhouse which occupies a delightful village location and has planning permission to convert the double garage into an adjoining 2 bedroom cottage annex and to create a separate double garage within the grounds.
Green Bottom Farm presents spacious accommodation with retained period features; five double bedrooms to the first floor and a versatile layout to the ground floor boasting a generous farmhouse kitchen, three reception rooms and a study. Enjoying the most idyllic of village settings, presenting immediate access into glorious open countryside whilst local services are in abundance, including highly regarded schools, and being within a 10 minute drive from the M1 motorway network.
Ground Floor A centrally positioned reception hall has a wide staircase to the first floor whilst access is given to both the dining room and one of the two additional reception rooms. The sitting room is positioned to the front aspect of the property; a window set to stone mullioned surrounds overlooking the garden whilst original features include exposed beams and a high ceiling height, a theme which continues throughout.
The lounge has exceptional proportions enjoys a pleasant outlook over the garden, windows set to stone mullion surrounds capturing excellent levels of natural light. An exposed stone chimney breast is home to a multi fuel stove which sits on a stone hearth. Access is given through to the study which has windows to the side aspect of the house, offers generous proportions and incorporates an integral porch and external door.
The dining room is positioned to the front aspect of the house adjoining the living kitchen, windows set to stone mullioned surrounds overlooking the gardens. A stunning feature to the room is a stone inglenook style fireplace with beamed lintel over.
Th farmhouse kitchen has windows to two aspects, the rear overlooking a private seating terrace which is immediately accessed from an external door off the kitchen ensuring convenient 'al-fresco dining'. The room has full tiling to the floor and is presented with farmhouse style furniture consisting of base cupboards and drawers, with a tiled work surface over that incorporates a one and half bowl, single drainer sink unit. The room has matching wall cupboards and appliances that include an AGA set to a chimney breast surround with concealed extractor hood over, a dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. Off the kitchen is a useful pantry/storeroom.
An inner hallway has a second staircase to the first floor with useful storage cupboard beneath. A cloakroom / W.C is presented with a modern two-piece suite. The utility room houses the boiler, a one and half bowl stainless steel sink unit and has plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
First floor The Master bedroom occupies a position to the front aspect of the house offering exceptional proportions with windows set to stone mullion surrounds overlooking the gardens. The room has an oak floor and fitted wardrobes to the expanse of one wall.
There are two additional double rooms to the front aspect of the house all with windows set to stone mullion surrounds overlooking the garden. One of the rooms has a large walk in storage cupboard which offers the potential to create en-suite facilities. To the rear aspect of the property are two further double bedrooms, one of which commands a stunning outlook across the valley.
The family bathroom presents a modern suite comprising a large corner shower unit, a panelled bath, low flush W.C and floating twin wash hand basins. This room has full tiling to the walls and floor, a frosted double glazed window, and a contemporary styled vertical radiator.
A second bathroom is presented with a three piece suite finished in white with a shower over the bath.
Externally. The property enjoys a private position set within a tree lined boundary, a driveway extending beyond the front aspect of the house offering off road parking for several vehicles whilst giving access to an attached double garage. The garden in the main is laid to lawn with a variety of flower, tree and shrub boarders. There are paved walkways to all elevations of the property, with established flower and shrub borders. A secondary garden is laid to lawn with established flower bed surrounds whilst a stone flagged seating terrace to the rear is positioned directly off the kitchen and offers a private external seating area.
Garage An attached over sized double garage with power and lighting, two electronically operated up and over doors and a car charging point. Access is given to the adjoining storeroomwhich is the full depth of the garage.
Additional information. A freehold property with mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Planning permission is granted to convert the adjoining double garage into a two bedroomed annex/cottage and erect a new double garage within the grounds. Application / planning number 2018/0235. THE ANCILIIARY ACCOMMODATION LENDS ITSELF TO A VARIATION OF USES INCLUDING AN ADJOINING ANNEX, HOME OFFICE, LEISURE SUITE OR POTENTIAL INCOME GENERATING PROPERTY.
Directions From junction 37of the M1 motorway network follow the A628 Barnsley Road towards Manchester by-passing Dodworth and Silkstone. Directly after the Lord Nelson Country Inn turn right into the village. The property will be on the right hand side.