Targeting home buyers who like the country feel with amenities close to hand Bradnor House stands quiet and imposing at the top of the hill overlooking Todmorden. Modernised with a stylish open plan aspect and with a striking exterior to match the sumptuous interior, the property has 5 bedrooms.
From the moment you enter through the electric gates of Bradnor House, you can't fail to be impressed. With unquestionably the perfect location to appreciate one of the best views that a Yorkshires Finest home has had the opportunity to admire, the white rendered property fused with grey cladding stands majestic in the landscape. With a high calibre of fittings and considered flow to the internal and external architecture, every extension and internal configuration has enhanced the property spectacularly. Sitting in incredibly spacious gardens, Bradnor House offers plentiful parking facilities along with a double integral garage and a beneficial turning circle. The grounds have a purpose built bespoke BBQ area bringing about a Mediterranean feel to the garden, a pond, a staggered stream style water feature, a spacious decked patio with forethought for a Jacuzzi, shed, expanse of lawn and Yorkshire stone patio that means as the sun moves, you will never be short of spaces to sit and enjoy! The internal specification matches the exterior admirably, with stylish elegance throughout, the spacious accommodation is versatile in layout and offers 5 bedrooms, 1 being the master suite with expansive dressing room and ensuite and another offering annex accommodation with separate exit to the exterior. Todmorden is situated alongside the Pennine Way, Pennine Bridleway, Mary Towneley Loop and Calderdale Way and is popular for outdoor activities such as walking, fell running, mountain biking and bouldering. Its attractions include canals and locks, a park containing a sports centre, an outdoor skateboard park, tennis courts, a golf course, an aquarium/reptile house and a cricket ground. There are wooded areas around the town and cafés and restaurants. The Hippodrome Theatre shows films as well as putting on live performances. The town has a small toy and model museum, a library and a tourist information centre, along with independent retailers. Annual events include a carnival, agricultural show, beer festival, music festival and the traditional Easter.
Halifax is approximately 13 miles car journey away, M62 is 16 miles away and Todmorden is equipped with a train station approximately 4 minutes drive from Bradnor House.

Taking considered direction from the floorplan, the property has been extended and has a delightful open plan aspect with designated zoned areas. The initial approach into the property brings you into a glazed porch with slate flooring before you alight into the main property with Karndean flooring and white walls that only enhance the fantastic flow of natural lighting that streams into the property. The pull to the family room is down to an instant appreciation of the scenery that lays beyond the bi-folding doors, drawing you further into the property, you remain enthralled by the landscape whilst standing in a commodious room with glazing to all three elevations. The Karndean flooring moves through from the entrance hall allowing a continuity of decoration that includes the white walls and recessed spot lighting. Reached via the entrance hall, family room and breakfast kitchen, the dining room offers a partial open plan design but then offers intimate seclusion courtesy of the sliding glass doors to the family room. With a wooden floor and space for free standing furniture, the room easily supports a large family dining table. The high -end Siematic urban kitchen includes a Corian work surface, slate flooring with under floor heating and complimenting range of wall and base cabinets including pan drawers and bin store. Integrated appliances include a mirrored American fridge freezer, combination microwave oven, electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, two wine coolers and matching cabinet finishes. Unique arrangement throughout this property mixes interior flair with the requirements of day to day living for a busy household. The kitchen includes a breakfast area that is perfect for the ease of day to day living and accessed easily beyond this is the utility room with doors exiting to the exterior which is ideal for the laundry duties. A ground floor cloakroom with built in furniture, wash basin and toilet is set before the entrance into the integral garage which is a great station for muddy paws to dry off before entering the main house! A two further reception rooms occupy the ground floor, one of which is the snug. Offering enviable comfort to the residents, the room has a low set window with entirely visible view over the gardens and scenery beyond. With a Faber contemporary hole in the wall gas fire that creates a fantastic and striking centrepiece in the home, the room is carpeted with neutral décor. The last remaining room is used as a home office which offers great space to work from home aided with the provision of bespoke entertainment fixtures. The office offers flexibility to a new homeowner with plentiful layout options. The property is not short of storage space, in fact a secreted cloakroom is designed into the access from the entrance hallway to the kitchen and further space again is available in the boiler room to the side of porch. As you travel around the ground floor, the interior specification is inspiring with seamless integration with the landscape ensuring that from most vantage points, the views can be enjoyed.

The landing to the first floor with feature lighting and window to the side elevation is installed with deep set storage facilities. Offering everything desired by todays discerning buyers, Bradnor House has absolutely all things that would be needed to enjoy a luxuriant lifestyle with high quality finishing's, ambient lighting and a stunning location positioned into the landscape. The master suite has an enviable dressing room, bespoke tailored for tall hanging and shoe boxes and a sumptuous ensuite with underfloor heating which comprises of a wet room zone, large tub bath, back to wall toilet, bidet, TV and Porcelanosa dual side by side wash basins with lighted vanity mirror. The room with handsome presentation overlooks the balcony through bi-folding doors which is a fabulous addition to the property. Standing out on the balcony overlooking the valley below Yorkshires Finest are confident that Bradnor House has one of the best viewpoints from any house previously represented. Fully railed and offering great proportions, the balcony can easily accommodate plentiful garden seating. Accessed via the landing to the further three bedrooms, integrated wardrobes line the passageway, again ensuring a house with plenty of storage space. The three bedrooms have fitted furniture and enjoy the exclusive use of the house bathroom which is fully tiled in a range of mosaic and large tiling in chocolate brown and cream shades. Providing a counter top sink with vanity unit, back to wall toilet and bath with mixer shower taps, the room includes a towel and linen store. There is a luggage room on the corridor to the annex suite, which is spectacular in dimensions and provisions with a mirrored stud wall segregating the bedroom from the living accommodation. Completed with a dressing area and shower ensuite, the room with ambient lighting includes tailored made double glazing and French doors taking you out to the garden. This offers an ideal foundation to independent living for older children or multi generational households.

DOUBLE GARAGE The double garage is installed with a kitchenette making ideal application as a workshop if so desired and equipped with sophisticated electric doors to the front that complement the overall exterior, a pedestrian access to the rear alights into the garden.

Located in the grounds offering a fabulous outlook to work out whilst admiring the view, the homeowners have established a gymnasium with sun protection glass and with the provision of power and heating, if necessary this could be the ideal location to have a home office.

The garden store with electric roller opening is to the side of the gymnasium is perfect for all the garden equipment. Fully alarmed and spacious, this could be incorporated as part of the gymnasium to create an independent annex in the grounds (subject to the usual constraints)

Exceptional in their presentation, Bradnor House offers enjoyment and peaceful solitude in every aspect of the grounds. The large driveway with turning circle is certainly to be admired, leaving central to the configuration a stunning willow tree. A purpose built BBQ area is a great station for al fresco dining whilst sitting back to listen to the babbling sounds of the water feature and pond. To the side, a tiered timber patio has a designated station for a jacuzzi and throughout the garden zoned seating areas are provided. With plenty of lawn and established trees and foliage around the grounds, the mature gardens is colourful and delightful to behold. All of this is set behind secured gated parking offering a truly private property in which the family can enjoy the seclusion, space and scenery.

Bradnor House has lapsed planning permission for a swimming pool.