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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Knedlington, Goole, DN14

Removed £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • listed manor house
  • stables and outbuildings
  • refurbished and partially restored
  • scope for further enhancements

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Old Hall at Knedlington is a historic Manor House which has been comprehensively refurbished and partially restored in recent years.  Listed at GII* and described in Pevsner's Guide as the 'Finest small Manor House in the East Riding'.

Entrance Hall:  With access through an oak front door, staircase off and with oak planked doors leading to various rooms:

Study / Morning Room:  With east and north facing windows and two period style radiators

Kitchen / Dining:  Full range of traditional style handmade bespoke units by Baker Street Cabinet Makers of Newark.  Granite work tops throughout with a quarry tiled floor.  Large larder unit, plate rack, integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer included.  Twin ceramic Villeroy & Bosch sink.  Duel fuel "Rangemaster" cooker inset into a fully tiled surround with lighting and extraction over.  Circular steel Franke sink adjacent to the cooker.  All walls are painted in lime wash. Painted exposed ceiling beams.  Windows to two elevations overlooking the rear and side garden of the Hall

Pantry / Utility:  Plumbed for washing machine with shelves and a granite worktop

Original Entrance Lobby:  Quarry tiled floor with the original west facing heavy entrance door in unrestored condition

Oak Panelled Drawing Room:  Seventeenth century oak panelled room with an elaborate chimney piece. Superb detailed hand carving of swags and foliage to either side of the centre family crest.  Detailed oak cornice, ceiling beams and candle style wall lights.  South and east facing Windows with views overlooking the lawned gardens and fields beyond.  Painted floor surround and two period style radiators

Sitting Room:  Spacious south facing sitting room with views over the front garden and open fields beyond.  A large cast iron multi fuel back boiler stove is seated inside an exposed brick and plaster fireplace with a characterful shaped oak beam above.  Painted walls in Laura Ashley vintage colours

Staircase and Landing:.  With oak splats modelled on an original historic pattern found during the restoration work.  Spacious and airy landing with oak planked door leading directly to the attic space.

Master Bedroom:.  Large south facing double bedroom with far reaching views over open fields.  Original painted timber fire surround with cast iron freplace, hearth and mantle above.  Exposed oak beam

En-Suite (off master bedroom):  Fully tiled wet room including basin and wc with hidden cistern and with part underfloor heating

Bedroom 2:  Large airy double bedroom with fabulous views from a south facing window.  This room has been panelled and painted throughout.  An original fire surround, cast iron fire grate and mantle above.  Concealed storage room and cupboards

Bedroom 3:  Large west facing double bedroom with exposed characterful oak beam to the ceiling.  Period style radiator.  Curved feature wall with doorway into en-suite

En-suite (off bedroom 3):  Art Deco style shower room consisting of a walk in shower, low level wc, fitted sink and set in mirrored cabinet.  Fully tiled in black and white.  Curved chrome heated towel rail.  Radiator and lighted mirror

Bedroom 4:  Single bedroom with period style radiator and views overlooking the vegetable garden to the west

Family Bathroom:  Full bathroom suite in white including bath set into a solid elm surround.  Contemporary wash hand basin with a full length glass shelf below.  Fitted mirror above with inset lights and low level flush wc with concealed cistern.  Travertine walls, chrome heated towel rail, radiator and airing cupboard containing the hot water storage tank.  Window overlooking the fold yard to the rear

Access to Attic:  Access to the enclosed stairway to the open plan attic is through an oak door on the landing.  Extensive storage/utility area with half the space being floor boarded with open beams and lighting.  Windows to the full height attic area have been bricked up around the 1700s due to window tax.

All windows to The Hall are limestone mullion styled with leaded lights.  Farrow and Ball, Laura Ashley and lime wash traditional pains have been used throughout

Attached Barn (listed GII in unrestored condition) comprising:

Scullery with historic access directly  from the kitchen of the Old Hall.  Includes an old cast iron range.  Windows facing the rear gravelled area of the Old Hall.  With additional separate external door to the gravelled drive, and with staircase to a room over, these two rooms could, subject to consents, be restored and incorporated into additional living accommodation to the Old Hall but still with it's own separate access.  Full height cellar below which houses the oil-fired boiler and water softener.  The multi fuel stove in the Old Hall has a back boiler and serves as an additional heat source for the hot water and heating system.

Stable with Dovecote over:  Stable with separate planked access door.  

Stable with Granary over:  Stable with separate planked access door.  

The three bays of the attached listed barn are in original unrestored condition and require as a minimum some maintenence work, but present an opportunity for restoration and continued use.  The first bay comprising scullery and room at first floor could be reinstated as being connected to the Old Hall.  Bays two and three could be used for utility purposes or could possibly, subject to consent, be converted for holiday cottages.


Gardens:  Fully enclosed walled gardens to the front and sides of the Hall which incorporates well stocked shrub and flower boarders. With lawns, three raised bed vegetable boxes and soft fruit area.  Fine gravel pathways around the Hall leading to the brick pillared gateway and magnificent tulip tree

Foldyard:  To the rear of the Old Hall is a gravelled drive leading to the rear entrance, with ample parking.  Beyond a low wall is a large foldyard, an area of this foldyard is included, including an additional open fronted tractor shed.

Brick  Store / Shed:  Outside privy, Ideal store for garden equipment.  With flushing wc and water tap

Wood / Coal Shed:  Attached to the Hall, adjacent to the back door with electricity, ideal for extra storage

Separate old cow shed:  A sizeable brick building with a tiled roof, recently re-covered and repaired.  With separate electricity supply (3-phase) and water connection  

Open Fronted Shed:  Originally a tractor shed with corrugated roof

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 October 2016

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