A superb, detached, 18th century property located next to a working farm surrounded by open rolling countryside, near the village of Millhouse Green, on the border of the Peak District National Park.
The spacious accommodation provides the perfect retreat for large families or groups of friends wishing to explore this wonderful, rugged countryside.
This impressive property has been stylishly furnished whilst still retaining its original period features.
On the ground floor there’s a farmhouse-style kitchen diner featuring an AGA and comfy corner sofa.
A separate light and airy dining room seats up to 12 people, and from here step into a snug, cosy sitting room with a real fire and through to another separate large sitting room with woodburner and comfortable seating, ensuring plenty of space to enjoy time together.
There are seven lovely bedrooms, most of which have tea/coffee making facilities and TVs and one boasts a four poster bed and dressing room.
Outside, is a large patio area, where you can sit and relax whilst watching the children play safely in the large enclosed garden.
There are even two luxurious hot tubs in gazebos in the garden which are ideal for relaxing in the evening with a glass of champagne.
There’s a restaurant just a few hundred yards away, and the village of Millhouse Green has a small shop, Post Office and traditional pub, whilst the old Pennine town of Penistone is nearby with its array of fine pubs, individual shops and eateries.
From the doorstep, is the popular Trans Pennine Trail (TPT), this is a national coast to coast route for walkers, cyclists and in some parts, horse riders in which this property stands on the halfway point.
Spend time exploring the beauty of the Peak District National Park or visit the popular village of Holmfirth in the Last of the Summer Wine country, all within a short car journey.
This is a perfect, rural retreat surrounded by beautiful landscape and near to lots of amenities providing a great location to enjoy all year round.
About the location
Penistone 2 miles; Holmfirth 7 miles.
Millhouse Green is a small rural village on the banks of the River Don, made up of stone-built cottages, a pub, shop and Post Office. The village is located on the north eastern edge of the beautiful Peak District National Park and is surrounded by moorland and there are many cycle paths, bridleways and footpaths to explore. Close by are Cawthorn Park, Langsett, Broomhead, Derwent Reservoir (Dambusters) and Moorhall Dams, which are all worth exploring, plus the Trans Pennine Trail is 400 meters away. The village of Holmfirth, made famous by ‘Last of the Summer Wine’, is close by and the Peak District National Park offers walks, mountain biking, market towns and pretty villages. This area provides excellent opportunities for golfing, clay pigeon shooting, horse trekking and visits to the coal mine museum and various stately homes, such as Cannon Hall, Wentworth Castle and Chatsworth. Millhouse Green also offers easy access to Sheffield (Meadowhall Shopping Centre is 20 minutes' away), Leeds, York, Manchester, Huddersfield and even the Yorkshire Dales National Park.