The lovely farmhouse, built circa 1735, still has many period features throughout, including exposed oak ceiling beams. The existing stone building is believed to have belonged to the larger estate of Hyde Hall and the possession of the Hyde Clarke family when built. It has been suggested that an older wooden structure may have stood on the site before the current stone building, due to some of the oak beams seeming to be older than the current property.
Listed as Grade II heritage in 1967, Manor Farm’s frontage, although updated, still harbours back to the original building with hammer dressed stone and four 2-light chamfered mullion windows on each floor.
With four good-sized bedrooms, Manor Farm is an ideal family home, close to local shops and excellent transport links. The property comprises of entrance halls to front and rear, living room with feature fireplace, dining room, study and a large family garden.
Current owners, Carl and Rhodelle, have owned the property since 2003 but are now looking to sell the property for an exciting new life in the USA.
“We’ve had many happy years at Manor Farm and will be sorry to leave. It’s full of charm and character which we love”
Franca Carbone, Denton area manager for Philip James Wilson, comments
‘Living locally, I’m delighted to be instructed by owners Carl and Rhodelle to sell the exceptional Manor Farm. The property is full of history with period features in almost every room. Manor Farm would make a lovely home for the family’.
The property is on the market for £285,000 with no upward chain and viewing is recommended. For further information, to book a viewing or to list your property, please visit www.philipjames.co.uk or call 0161 431 5556. Thank you to Denton History Society for information on Manor Farm.