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5 bedroom detached house to rent

Swillington House, Coach Road, Swillington, Leeds

£4,500 pcm
fees apply

Property Description

Letting information:

Furnishing: Furnished
Added on Rightmove: 08 May 2018 (136 days ago)

Key features

  • 5 Bed Period House & Grounds
  • Furnished, Deposit 5000
  • Beautifully Presented & Original
  • 10 Acres of Fantastic Grounds
  • Stables & Cottage &
  • Gym, Sauna & Hot Tub
  • Pets Welcome
  • Available To Rent Early July

Full description

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Approached along a privately owned road leading onto an exceptional private double tree lined driveway with electric gates, and sitting centrally within its grounds is this superb country home, Swillington House. Set within approximately 10 acres, this magnificent home is a hidden treasure with a wealth of local history and a relic of Swillington Hall, the former stately home and seat of the illustrious Lowther family, whose fortune
was built on mining.
The grand driveway provides a choice of three branches leading to different sides of this grand Georgian house.
Dating back to 1803, this manor style property adorned with a bell tower has been lovingly re-furbished over a number of years.
Imposing double doors provide access into an entrance porch with a further set of double doors incorporating beautiful ornate stained glass (salvaged from the library in the original Swillington Hall), which lead into the magnificent reception hallway with double ceiling height. Boasting a host of character features, including tiled flooring with wooden parquet centre, a simply stunning wooden fireplace with feature copper inscribing and wood burning stove, and two large feature alcove windows with seating areas; the hallway in itself is a superb room for entertaining.
From the hallway there is access to all the principal rooms of the house, as well as there being a guest w/c and rear entrance porch.
The impressive formal lounge provides an excellent space for family living; with a magnificent original feature fireplace dating back to 1617 and originally being the hand carved bedhead of a four poster bed. There are double patio doors leading out to the East side of the house, and a step up leads to a superb dining area bearing due south. Wonderful high ceilings and ornate cornicing give a further feeling of space. As well as having so many wonderful character features, this home really does offer the best of both worlds having an inbuilt projector screen and modern feature mood lighting.
A fantastic sized study provides the ideal space for anyone who runs a business from home with all the necessary modern technologies; the house, cottage and store all benefit from gigabit Ethernet. There are double power points in the floor, one of the two oil powered boilers, a kitchenette and built in bookcases and show cabinets with feature lighting. A wood burning stove adds an extra cosy touch to a perfect working environment.
The modern country style living dining kitchen is most certainly the hub of this beautiful home, with its absolutely stunning large inglenook fireplace incorporating log stores on either side of the open fire, and seating. This superb area is a room within itself.
There is a spacious living area with double patio doors leading out to the patio area. On the opposite side of the room is a further wood burning stove and modern kitchen with shaker style units, a Range cooker with gas hob and Belfast sink. From the kitchen there is a useful utility room with ample space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer and further fitted storage.
From the kitchen there is access to a fantastic space which is currently used as a gym; there is a velux window with feature lighting and the second boiler is also located within this room.
To the first floor, from the hallway, is a much wider than average staircase which leads up to the impressive galleried landing overlooking the stunning hallway and providing access to the master bedroom, which is an extremely impressive room with vaulted ceiling and original beams, feature mood lighting, a freestanding claw foot bath and beautiful views over the orchard.
The excellent sized en-suite has the benefit of underfloor heating, a large circular Jacuzzi bath, steam shower room which features two showers each with two shower heads and multiple body jets, and sauna which is high powered for quick heating on a three phase supply. Also from the en-suite is access to a mezzanine level, by a spiral staircase.
There are four further double bedrooms to the first floor, one with an en-suite shower room, one with a shower and sink in the room and all with the benefit of built in wardrobes.
The house bathroom is now in need of a bit of modernisation but offers a great space with a sunken bath, separate shower and airing cupboard with pressurised tank.
Adjoining the main residence is a beautiful cottage, The Blacksmith’s Cottage which is an ideal area for a teenager, dependent, elderly relative or an au-pair. The cottage comprises a living dining kitchen with superb vaulted ceiling and original beams, inbuilt kitchen units, a range cooker and wooden flooring, a double bedroom with built in wardrobes and house shower room. The Blacksmith’s Cottage is linked to the main house’s central heating system and has its own control over the electric entrance gates.
In addition to the primary accommodation is a substantial stable block built at the same time as the house, to exacting standards. There are four internal stables, which have been beautifully hand crafted, and two stalls. There is a further room, currently used as a store which could be converted to provide further stabling or a tack room. To the first floor are two expansive rooms which originally would have been hay lofts, but could now have a plethora of uses such as home office, gym or a studio. The stables, as well as the main house (to the southern side) have been re-wired and fully re-roofed. Attached to the rear of the stables is an extremely large log store.
There is also a detached double garage which comfortably fits two cars with ample space remaining, or could be used as a workshop. It also has the benefit of water and three phase electricity.
The grounds of this wonderful family home are a truly special feature and have been meticulously cared for to ensure that the entire estate is secure for both people and animals.
There are a number of aspects to the substantial grounds of this home including; grazing land extending to approximately 5 acres, and split into two good sized paddocks, woodland, a fenced area ideal for chickens, a 55 year old orchard with numerous fruits including apples, cherries, plums, peaches and gooseberries. There is also a large vegetable patch and a fresh spring water well which provides water for the large ponds and also garden irrigation.
There are beautiful mature lawned gardens and an extensive patio area running along the full length of the house. Alongside this, is a large decked area with walkways extending over the pond to form an island. The pond has a high volume pumped filtration unit, waterfall and fountains. There is also a hot tub ideal for relaxing in the summer sun.
The large courtyard which is the central hub to all buildings provides ample parking for numerous cars, and there are an impressive set of ornate wrought iron gates. Beyond these gates is a further driveway to the property where you will find a remarkable stone statue original to Swillington Hall.
Swillington House is a property ideally suited to a lively family life, equestrian and country pursuits (including a safe area for clay pigeon shooting), and indoor or outdoor entertaining on a grand scale. Period features and oldeworlde charm co-exist with modern day facilities. This rare and desirable property affords a secluded setting yet is in close proximity to the amenities of the town and city, and major road and rail links.


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