Entering Wild Grove Farm from the parking area which is found at the end of the vast driveway, you step through a composite stable door, into a commanding and neutrally decorated hallway with high ceilings. The hallway leads into the open plan living space, containing the breakfast kitchen and joining sitting room. The hallway also has access to the ground floor W.C. and a passage leads through into a snug/gym. A wooden door in the passage also leads down into the vaulted cellar. Underfoot in the entrance hall, a stunning green slate tiled floor with solid oak skirting boards, arcitriving and doors exist. Other features include beautifully exposed wooden beams and stone - which add ample character.
You step up from the hallway into a wonderfully presented open plan living space, which contains the breakfast kitchen and sitting room. The breakfast kitchen boasts an individual curved central island which boasts a five ring induction hob. The kitchen boasts ample lower and upper cupboards with push open doors finished in gloss cream. Above the lower level cupboards sits a Moroccan Black Fossil lime stone worktop. Underfoot porcelain tiles with under floor heating exist. Other appliances comprise of two integrated Bosch ovens, integrated microwave oven, a one and a half stainless steel sink with drainer and instant boiling hot water tap, space for an American fridge freezer and separate drinks fridge. A number of commanding double glazed windows exists which have views onto the stables and cobbled yard. An amazing archway with an oak beam suspended by cast iron gallows brackets, believed to have been reclaimed from the Corn Exchange in Leeds city centre, lead into the open plan sitting room. The open plan sitting room boasts again high ceilings with exposed wooden beams and a number of velux windows above, which allow light to pour into this space. Underfoot the porcelain tiles continue with contrasting stone tiles in the centre, again the floor boasts under flooring heating. This space also has three French doors which lead out into the garden and its many seating areas. A number of other double glazed windows boast lovely views out over the garden and allow ample light to pour in.
The utility room boasts porcelain tiles below foot and a number of lower gloss cream cupboards with a granite worktop above. A stainless steel sink and space for a plumbed in washing machine and dryer, are also present. A double glazed window allows ample light in and exposed beams are visible above.
The ground floor W.C. also comprises a wash basin, and underfoot the green slate tiled floor from the hallway continues. Spot lighting is present above, inset into a quirky Perspex ceiling.
The formal dining room is best entered from the open plan living space from the breakfast kitchen area via a commanding solid wood archway. The dining room is neutrally decorated with ornate coving to the ceiling. Underfoot a lovely wood effect floor is present and a grand focal point is a stunning and incredibly detailed fireplace. Again, the usual detail such as oak skirting boards are present. Wooden and frosted glass French doors lead into the formal sitting room.
The formal sitting room is neutrally decorated and boasts a unique papered feature wall with ornate coving to the ceiling. A large double glazed sash window allows ample light in and boasts a stunning view out over the commanding bat and ball lawn to the front. A wooden door with a glass panel leads out into a second hallway.
The formal hallway is accessed from the front of the property, via a black composite door with frosted glass panels. The hallway is neutrally decorated and boasts an oak floor below foot. The hallway leads up a grand staircase to the first floor, the formal sitting room or the games room.
A wonderful space which boasts a pool table and number of other classic arcade gaming machines. Underfoot the oak floor continues and coving is present to the ceiling. A stunning focal point exists which is a cast iron fireplace with a vanished wooden surround. A sash window allows ample light to pour in and boasts incredible views over rolling countryside and the bat and ball lawn to the front of Wild Grove Farm.
Entered from the games room or from the passage via the hallway, the snug/gym is again neutrally decorated and boasts coving to the ceiling. Underfoot the oak floor continues from the games room. A double glazed window allows ample light to pour in, creating a bright and airy space.
A number of steps give access down into the cellar, which boasts two vaulted ceilings. The cellar benefits from being plastered throughout, boasting electricity and lighting and has previously been used as an office.
A lovely landing which again is neutrally decorated and boasts ornate coving to the ceiling. Three stepped double glazed windows allow ample light in and create a great feature. Underfoot oak flooring continues and a wonderful lighting centrepiece is present, which is positioned above the staircase. The landing leads to four double bedrooms and the family bathroom, via oak panelled doors.
A commanding master bedroom which is predominately neutrally decorated and boasts a papered feature wall and ornate coving to the ceiling. Underfoot solid oak flooring is present and French doors lead out onto the balcony. An oak door leads into a dressing room with ample clothes and shoe storage. Entered through the dressing room, is an en suite with a slat floor and lime stone tiles. The en suite boasts a walk in shower, with a drain dancer shower head above, wash basin above a vanity cupboard and a low level W.C. and a frosted sash window allows ample light in.
A second commanding double bedroom, which again has a solid oak floor underfoot. The décor continues to be neutral with a papered feature wall and ornate coving above. French doors lead out onto the balcony. An oak door leads into the en suite, which showcases a fossil slate floor and bronze porcelain tiles. Again a walk in shower with rain dance shower head is present. A corner wash basin and low level W.C. exist and a large feature mirror with lighting, is also present.
A third and commanding double bedroom which is neutrally decorated but boasts a vivid feature wall. Again ornate coving and spot lighting is present. Under foot a solid walnut floor exists and a large double glazed sash window allows ample light in. Again this double bedroom benefits from its own en suite, with slate tiled floor and porcelain tiles. A pedestal wash basin, low level W.C., large shower cubical and towel radiator all exist.
A neutrally decorated double bedroom which boasts a stunning papered feature wall and coving to ceiling. Under foot solid oak flooring exists and a bespoke double glazed window allows ample light in. A neutrally decorated double bedroom which boasts a stunning papered feature wall and coving to ceiling. Under foot solid oak flooring exists and a bespoke double glazed window allows ample light in.
A stunning family bathroom, which has black slate tiling under foot with tranquil lighting. The walls are finished to white ceramic tiles with two tiled borders. The bathroom comprises of a walk in corner shower cubical with seating, a number of aromatherapy features and speakers above, to listen to the radio. A wash basin above a white vanity cupboard and low level W.C. exist. A frosted double glazed window allows light in.
The stables and kennels are located behind Wild Grove Farm and are situated in a cobbled yard/second driveway. The stable block which has planning consent to convert into a two/three bedroom dwelling, boasts a concrete floor below foot and a high pitched ceiling. Three doors lead into the stable block, which comprises of two sections internally. Four separate kennels exists.
A large stone built double detached garage which boasts an electric door up and over door. Internally the garage benefits from lighting and electrical sockets.
A detached single garage/store which boasts wooden doors and a pitched roof. It is located to the east side of the house and situated to the side of the double garage.
Wrought iron gates at bottom driveway, lead into the grounds which are vast and approximately four acres in total. A driveway - which is over 400ft in length - leads up to Wild Grove Farm. To the east of the driveway a large and commanding paddock exists and measures around two and a half acres - perfect for equestrian use.
To summarise - this is a truly rare opportunity and its location is perfect and a near equal distance for a commute to either cities of Leeds or Bradford. The property also benefits from south facing solar panels, which are used for heating the water at the property.
Our vendor is a builder and will continue to landscape the grounds to improve the external appearance of the property, therefore our external photos will change over time. We shall endeavour to keep these up to date. Please feel free to contact James at Yorkshire’s Finest, to discuss this wonderful property in more detail, or to arrange a viewing.