Haws Barn, Cowling Hill, Keighley, BD22
An exceptional four bedroom attached period family home of great charm yet thoroughly updated with four reception rooms, two double garages, gardens and croft all in an idyllic rural location, with some of the finest long distance views in the area.
Haws Barn is one of the finest period family homes to be offered for sale in the locality of late. As can be seen from the accompanying photographs the accommodation has considerable period charm, enhanced by our clients imagination with superb stone and timber work found throughout the living space. Behind the scenes the property's services are up to date with mains electricity together with LPG gas fired central heating system, shared borehole water and private drainage as well as double glazing. The flexible living space is ideal for a growing family and there is a detached double garage close by. There are ample parking facilities, lawned gardens with a croft beyond, as well as some of the finest views in the locality.
The property is approached by an owned tarmacadam driveway providing access to this and Haws Farm which runs past an area of grassland. As mentioned, the house has a splendid rural setting amidst open fields, midway between the villages of Lothersdale and Cowling with views to Ickornshaw Moor. It is within the Craven District Council close to the border with Pendle and the villages of Cross Hills and Glusburn are within approximately three miles offering a wide range of amenities, including shops and South Craven Secondary School. Skipton is within about eight miles and is renowned as the Gateway to the Dales. From the town, many West Yorkshire and East Lancashire business centres are within reasonable commuting distance. There are railway stations at Cononley and Steeton with services to Leeds and Bradford. Colne lies to the West of the property and provides access to the M65.
Approaching Cowling from Glusburn shortly after the Dog & Gun Public House turn right up Carr Head Lane. Continue on this lane past Carr Head Hall and up to Cowling Hill. Once the road levels out the drive entrance to Haws Barn is on the left hand side with a name plaque in the wall. Proceed down the drive, over the cattle grid and continue straight forward to the parking area.