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4 bedroom country house for sale
Knedlington Old Hall Knedlington, DN14 7EU
- Grade II* Listed Manor House
- Many period features
- 17th Century oak panelled drawing room
- Sympathetically restored
- Range of traditional & farm buildings
- Oil central heating
- 2.8 acres of Grassland
- 4 acres as a whole
- Option to Purchase additional four bedroom cottage
The sale of Old Hall offers an extremely rare and unique opportunity to acquire a most attractive, superior manor house steeped in history, together with a range of traditional, domestic and farm buildings and land the whole extending to approximately 4 acres.
The property has the benefit of oil fired central heating and provides extensive well appointed accommodation comprising;
GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
· Entrance Hall
Stairway leading to the first floor having oak handmade, splat balusters. Two built in storage cupboards. Side door access. One period style radiator.
· Office (107 x 143)
(3.2m x 4.35m)
Two period style radiators.
· Cloakroom (31 x 37)
(0.85m x 1.1m)
White suite comprising a circular, contemporary wash hand basin and a low flush w.c with concealed cistern. Solid timber counter with fitted cupboards below. Travertine flooring.
· Kitchen/Breakfast Room (1711 x 143)
(5.45m x 4.35m)
A comprehensive range of bespoke handmade, painted base and wall units finished in solid painted timber having granite worktops. Tiled cooker recess with timber inset beam over. Ceramic Villeroy & Bosch sink together with an inset circular stainless steel sink next to the cooker. Integrated dishwasher. Two period style radiators. Rear access door. Quarry tiled floor.
· Pantry (3 x 610)
(0.85m x 2.05m)
Granite worktop. Range of oak shelving. Plumbing for an automatic washer. Quarry tiled floor.
· Scullery (147 x 187)
(4.45m x 5.65m)
(Not restored). Full height brick range incorporating ovens, a copper and a cast range. Timber vaulted ceiling and brick floor.
Full standing height and having the benefit of power and lighting. Floor standing oil fired boiler.
· Drawing Room (148 x 173)
(4.5m x 5.25m)
Late seventeenth century oak panelling to all walls with bolection moulding, which incorporates an elaborate chimneypiece flanked by swags of foliage. Painted timber flooring. Two central heating radiators.
· Dining Room (172 x 147)
(5.25m x 4.45m)
Fire recess with exposed brick hearth and oak beam over housing a cast, multi fuel stove with back boiler, which is capable of supplementing the heating system. Exposed ceiling beams. One central heating radiator.
· Rear Entrance Lobby (35 x 69)
(1.05m x 2.05m)
Quarry tiled floor.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Access to the enclosed stairway leading to the attic, which is divided into two main areas, is partly boarded and provides extensive storage space and has the benefit of lighting. One period style radiator.
· Master Bedroom (146 x 1611)
(4.4m x 5.15m)
Painted timber fire surround having a period inset cast fireplace. Exposed ceiling beams. One central heating radiator.
· Ensuite (62 x 43)
(1.9m x 1.3m)
Wet room with mains fed shower, wash hand basin and a low flush w.c. with concealed cistern. Fully tiled walls and floor. Laminate panelling to the ceiling with inset lights.
· Bedroom Two (156 x 1210)
(4.7m x 3.9m)
Exposed ceiling beams. One period style radiator.
· Ensuite (67 x 82)
(2m x 2.5m)
Suite comprising a corner shower cubicle with mains fed shower, contemporary wash hand basin and a low flush w.c with concealed cistern. Chrome heated towel rail. Fully tiled walls. Laminate panelled ceiling.
· Bedroom Three (172 x 15)
(5.2m x 4.6m)
Period fireplace having a cast open grate. Fully panelled walls. Built in storage cupboard.
· Bedroom Four (105 x 77)
(3.2m x 2.3m)
One period style radiator.
· Bathroom (62 x 107)
(1.85m x 3.2m)
Suite comprising an inset bath with a solid timber surround, contemporary wash hand basin with glass shelf under and fitted mirror above with inset lights and a low flush w.c with concealed cistern. Chrome heated towel rail. Two travertine walls. Laminate panelled ceiling. Airing cupboard containing the cistern tank.
· Gardens & Grounds
There are walled, lawned gardens to the front and side of the property, which incorporate flower and shrub borders and a vegetable garden. A driveway to the side of the property gives vehicular access to the house and yard and to the gravelled parking area.
Store (122 x 85)
(3.7m x 2.55m)
Constructed of brick.
BUILDINGS ADJOINING OLD HALL
· Loose Box (21 x 187)
(6.4m x 5.65m)
With Dovecote above.
· Loose Box (1411x 1810)
(4.55m x 5.75m)
With granary above.
Note: The Scullery, Loose Boxes, Dovecote and Granary are Grade II listed.
· Stables (26 x 156)
(7.9m x 4.7m)
· Loose Box (156 x 156)
(4.7m x 4.7m)
Note: The roof of the stables and loose box has previously been struck by lightning, declared unsafe and then has been subsequently removed.
A traditional range of farm buildings together with one modern general purpose building surrounding an open yard and comprising;
· Cart Shed (168 x 2410)
(5.1m x 7.55m)
Two bay open fronted cart shed.
· Threshing Barn (186 x 642)
(5.65m x 19.55m)
Full height double access doors.
· Lean to Cart Shed
In a derelict condition.
· Grain Store (59 2 x 374)
(18.05m x 11.4m)
Steel frame single span building having block retainer walls to a height of 6, corrugated plastic coated zinc cladding and a concrete floor throughout. Full height roller shutter access doors. Three phase electricity.
· Tractor Shed (128 x 251)
(3.85m x 7.65m)
Two bay open fronted tractor shed.
· Implement Shed (4511 x 133)
(4.85m x 4.05m)
Five bay open fronted implement shed.
· Store (1210 x 1510)
(3.9m x 4.85m)
Three phase electricity and water supply.
· Building (83 x 156
(25.3m x 4.7m)
Brick building divided into a garage, two loose boxes and a cow house.
· Cow House (3911 x 163)
(12.15m x 4.95m)
Three phase electricity and water supply.
Sown to grass and extending to approximately 2.8 acres (1.13 ha).
O.S. NO ACRES HECTARES DESCRIPTION
1212 (Part) 1.3 0.52 ha House & buildings
0919 (Part) 2.8 1.13 ha Grassland
The removal of foul drainage is via a Package Treatment Plant and is shared between Old Hall and Gamekeepers Cottage.
· Council Tax Band
The property is classified a Band G.
Please Note: Floor Plans are given for guidance purposes only and should not be taken as an accurate representation of the property.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
· Option to Purchase
Gamekeepers Cottage, Knedlington
The purchasers of Old Hall will have the option to acquire an additional property, Gamekeepers Cottage situated to the left of Old Hall. The property comprises a four bedroom, detached cottage together with gardens and a small parcel of grassland. THE PROPERTY IS NOT FOR SALE SEPARATELY. Please contact the agents for further details.
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