A QUAINT 17th Century cottage is on the market in Bradford, and could be yours for £300,000.

Situated in Broadfolds, Clayton, the three-bedroom former farmhouse, which is Grade-II listed and was built in 1649, is a spacious property with a number of eye-catching period features.

These include grand fireplaces and exposed ceiling beams and a number of other features linked to its Grade-II listing.

It is on the market for £300,000 and is one of, if not the oldest, properties currently on the market in the Bradford district.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The living room, with grand old featuresThe living room, with grand old features

In the listing, posted on Rightmove by Yorkshire’s Finest, it says: “The Grade II Listed cottage is a wonderful traditional home offering more internal space than one might first consider.

“With three bedrooms arranged over two floors, the cottage has some fabulous features which includes timber beams, central wide staircase, mullion windows and distinctive features attributed to a listed building.

“The property sits behind a stone boundary wall with gardens to the front and a blocked paved driveway able to accommodate one vehicle.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The spacious master bedroomThe spacious master bedroom

“It sits in a quiet location opposite Chrisharben Park and within only a moment’s walking distance of the local primary school.”

There are three primary schools within half a mile of the house, with the nearest secondary school also less than a mile from the location.

It is also situated within walking distance of the centre of Clayton Village, which has been a designated Conservation Area since 1977 and features a number of traditional pubs and shops; Clayton Golf Club, Horton Bank Country Park and rolling countryside are also within a stone’s throw of the property.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The bathroomThe bathroom

Interested parties are asked to contact Yorkshire's Finest estate agents to book a viewing or table an offer.

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