A former Trawden farmhouse, which has been transformed into a modern property that’s bursting with character, has entered the property market.

Lowlands Farm is a grade II listed former farmhouse which dates back to the 17th century.

It has been sympathetically extended to suit the modern family, without compromising its historic features.

The property, in Wycoller Road, is situated on three acres of land and has a guide price of £750,000.

Lowlands Farm has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and “ample living accommodation”, along with formal gardens and a garage.

The property sits in the quiet south end of the popular Wycoller village, which is thought to date back to the 10th century BC.

Entry to the home, which is being marketed by estate agents Dacre, Son & Hartley, is through a 17th century porch and period door which leads into the kitchen-diner area complete with a quarry tiled floor, exposed stone walls, fireplace with wood burning stove and exposed beams.

From the main hallway there are two reception rooms with panelled walls and stone fireplaces with inset stoves. There’s also a utility room and downstairs WC.

Upstairs there is an en-suite master bedroom complete with fitted wardrobes and a window overlooking the village.

There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom with a modern roll-top bath, a type of bath that has a curved edge along the rim, and a corner shower cubicle.

Outside there is a paved parking area and garage with a separate office or music room.

The formal rear garden has a dry-stone wall boundary and there is a low-lying paddock with further land extending to approximately two acres.

Mark Kane, senior associate and branch manager at Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Skipton office, said: “Lowlands Farm is a very spacious property that’s full of character features including stone fireplaces, fabulous beams and exposed stone walls, as well as benefitting from lots of outdoor space.

"It will appeal to anyone looking for a period home in a very popular and historic village location.”

You can view the property on the Dacre, Son & Hartley website.