Approx 109 Acres with Farmhouse in Need of Renovation, Height Farm, Eastwood, Todmorden, OL14
Hill Farm with large detached period residence (Grade 2 listed) in need of renovation with range of traditional farm buildings and 109.34 acres land consisting of meadow, pasture and hill grazing, in a ring fence to which the house and buildings are central. Access is from Halifax Road, Todmorden via Stoodley Glen over two bridges (River Calder and the Canal) to the farm entrance gate and then up a winding stone farm track to the farmhouse. The farm track continues on to another property known as Height Gate. Height Farm is freehold and offered for sale with vacant possession.
The Farmhouse is a detached period residence and is thought to be grade two listed as of sixteenth century historic note with stone mullion windows, stone flag roof, original timbers and other features. The house is in need of renovation to the structure and interior detail. There is no water supply and a borehole will have to be installed. The property does have mains electricity. The accommodation comprises:
Living Room with combustion stove in stone surround fireplace. Sitting Room with old fireplace and enclosed second stairway. Disused Room with room above. Kitchen with rear entrance, range cooker and points for an electric cooker. Pantry with tiled floor. Hall with main stairway and rear entrance to a rear timber lean-to workshop.
Large landing with entrances to three front bedrooms, one rear bedroom and the bathroom with shower, toilet and wash basin but currently no water supply.
The Farm Buildings comprise:
Stone built range of three former piggeries with slate apex roof.
Stone built barn with monopitch tin clad roof with loft over a former cow shippon. Rear lean-to workshop with mono pitch tin clad roof.
Adjoining three bay shed constructed of timber frame with cement fibre apex roof and corrugated tin side cladding. Lean-to one bay shed constructed of stone walls with timber pole flat roof with cement fibre cladding.
The Farmland comprises meadow pasture and hill grazing shown on the plan with a boundary edged red. The schedule of field areas is attached.