Understood to date back as far as 1743 Upper End Farmhouse is one of the oldest properties in Guiseley. With stone mullioned windows, exposed beams and open fires the property oozes character and possesses a warm homely feeling throughout.
Accommodation briefly consists of an entrance vestibule, dual aspect sitting room, living room with a beautiful stone fireplace and feature bread oven, formal dining room and a farmhouse kitchen with side porch. To the first floor can be found the three bedrooms, two of which are dual aspect, the house bathroom, separate wc and landing / study area.
Externally the property benefits from an enclosed garden with is relatively easy to maintain and benefits from a southerly aspect. There is also a double garage allowing for parking for two cars, with off-street parking for an additional two cars adjacent.