5 bedroom detached house for saleBurton Old Hall, Burton Salmon, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS25
Guide Price £1,250,000
Burton Old Hall is arguably one of the finest examples of a sympathetically converted period residence the agents have seen for some time. The Hall was purchased by the current owners back in 1947 and has not been on the open market since. The Hall has recently been the subject of a meticulous restoration programme to create this beautiful home. A wealth of the original period features have been retained with meticulous attention to detail given to replicating such features including oak internal doors and panelling created by a local craftsman joiner. These are complemented by luxurious fixtures and fittings including a bespoke kitchen and five en suite bath/shower rooms all with under floor heating.
Burton Salmon is a small attractive village adjacent to open countryside and yet conveniently placed for access to principal Yorkshire centres including those of Leeds, Wakefield, Pontefract and Selby. Both the A1(M) link road and M62 motorways are both within easy reach for travel further afield.
The ground floor accommodation is approached through a solid oak front door into a most impressive reception hall with stone flagged floor and beamed ceiling. The original stone archways and bread oven are in evidence and again an original oak door leads through into a beautiful and well proportioned dining room with superb feature inglenook stone fireplace with open grate and canopy, polished oak flooring and heavily beamed ceiling. A stone archway and oak panelled door leads through into a lovely oak panelled drawing room with stone mullioned windows on two sides with oak folding shutters, heavily beamed ceiling, recessed stone fireplace, concealed TV cupboard and oak flooring. To the rear of the house is a sitting room with polished limestone flooring, beamed ceiling and French doors opening out into the rear garden. There is a side entrance lobby and utility room with polished limestone floor, wall and base units in cream and granite work top with Belfast sink. An inner lobby provides access into a tiled store room beyond which is the staircase hall with cloakroom and WC and travertine marble tiling. Leading off the main reception hall is a snug/study with rustic brick fireplace and chimney piece, oak flooring and beamed ceiling, built in store cupboard and secondary staircase to the first floor. Bespoke Charles Yorke kitchen by Interiors of Harrogate with a combination of pippy oak and cream painted units complemented by granite preparation surfaces, large matching central island with inset sink and two integrated Miele ovens, Miele induction hob, microwave and steam oven, dishwasher and dishwasher draw, Siemens fridge, Liebherr fridge freezer with ice maker, separate Miele fridge freezer, matching fitted oak dresser, free standing butchers block with sycamore top, Belfast sink, four oven Aga in tiled recess with beam over and extractor fan, two sets of double oak doors opening out into the rear garden, polished limestone flooring and oak window seat, boiler room off.
The first floor is approached off a stone and oak staircase initially onto a split level half landing with oak floor and exposed beams providing access into the first bedroom suite with lovely rural views, built in wardrobes and luxury en suite bath/wet room with travertine tiling and under floor heating. The main inner landing has oak panelled doors to all rooms off which is a walk-in linen room, large principal bedroom with sitting area, original stone fireplace, oak flooring, deep carved ceiling cornice, stone mullion windows to front and rear, two walk in wardrobes, one of which leads through into a luxury en suite bath/wet room with under floor heating. A third bedroom suite overlooks the front garden with oak flooring, exposed ceiling beams, recessed stone fireplace, built in store cupboard and en suite bath/shower room with travertine tiling and under floor heating. Bedroom suite four has its own private entrance lobby with built in wardrobes, original recessed stone fireplace, oak flooring, ceiling beams, stone mullion windows on two sides and a luxury en suite bathroom with full width shower, travertine marble tiling and under floor heating. An inner galleried landing leads to the fifth bedroom suite with part vaulted ceiling and luxury en suite shower room with travertine tiling and under floor heating.
Outside, the property is approached through double electric entrance gates into a stone cobbled circular driveway which gives access to a three car garage block. To the front is a shaped lawn, 6 mature lime trees, timber pergola with cedar roof and stone paved seating area overlooking the beautifully tended maze garden with miniature box hedging. Lawns continue around the side of the house into a private extensive lawned rear garden with feature lake and island, orchard, separate fenced area ideal for young children opening onto a patio with access from the kitchen. Beyond the formal gardens is a fenced pony paddock with separate vehicular access.
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