Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

2

Location

North Elmsall

Price

£550,000

Property Type

Detached House

For sale by Modern Method of Auction; Starting Bid Price £550,000 plus reservation fee. Subject to an undisclosed reserve price. Excellent Development Project. North Elmsall Hall is a Grade II listed and most impressive and picturesque stone built country house which offers the opportunity to create two large family homes where the first has already been stylishly and sympathetically renovated to make an ideal family home, and with the further development potential to extend into the additional servant’s quarters of the hall, planning permission has been granted by Wakefield Council under application reference 96/99/00907/G and can be viewed online. This property is for sale by West Yorkshire Property Auction powered by iam-sold ltd.

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For Sale by Modern Method of Auction: Starting Bid £550,000 plus reservation fee. Subject to an undisclosed reserve price.

North Elmsall Hall is a Grade II listed and most impressive and picturesque stone built country house which offers the opportunity to create two large family homes where the first has already been stylishly and sympathetically renovated to make an ideal family home, and with the further development potential to extend into the additional servant's quarters of the hall, planning permission has been granted by Wakefield Council under application reference 96/99/00907/G and can be viewed online. The planning permission allows for further extension to create an even larger family home or alternatively an additional seperate three bedroom dwelling with it's own garden, parking and access. Plans and a 3D drawing of the finished project can be seen in the particulars.

Dating in part back to the 12th century although substantially renovated over recent years, the house has many distinguishing architectural details and includes a medieval fireplace in the Great Hall, original beams rescued from the West Wing of the hall before its demolition and "rain sill" in the external stone work. Originally featuring in the Domesday book, this stunning part grade II listed property formed part of the De Lacy Estate and the hall still retains some fascinating period detail with wine cellar having arched Norman brick roof, gate post with Horse and carriage stones, original Oak truss beams and pegs dating back circa 700 years.

The renovated accommodation briefly comprises; open plan kitchen/dining room, separate utility, fantastic hallway/Winter Garden with feature fireplace and original oak staircase with stunning vaulted glass ceiling and views over the lawns at the rear, dining area with access down to the cellar, Great Hall (large living room) with tall features windows and medieval fireplace, downstairs bedroom/study and w.c. to complete the ground floor. The first floor landing also has a feature fireplace, vaulted glass ceiling and views over the gardens. The master bedroom boasts a walk-in wardrobe, en suite shower room and Juliet balcony overlooking the old hall, again full of character including exposed timbers and beams. The two further bedrooms are of generous sizes and are served by the main house bathroom. The additional wing of the hall has previous been granted planning permission to convert into an additional residential dwelling (plans and architectural impression available) or for further accommodation to the main house. Externally, there is a private garden to the front of the property, primarily laid to lawn with patio seating area, orchard with mature fruit trees, fenced paddock and ample parking for several vehicles. Further established gardens to the side and rear. m boasts a walk-in wardrobe, en suite shower room and Juliet balcony overlooking the old hall, again full of character including exposed timbers and beams. The two further bedrooms are of generous sizes and are served by the main house bathroom.

Rural countryside is not far away but having said that, it is also convenient for access to Barnsley, Doncaster, Pontefract, Wakefield and other surrounding business centres, together with a range of amenities including local shops, schools, public transport and the motorway network those wishing to commute further afield.

An internal inspection comes highly recommended to fully appreciate the size, character and features this impressive period property has to offer.


ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALL Solid oak front entrance door with double height glazed adjacent window. Original fireplace, inner hallway leading to Winter Garden. Access to downstairs w.c.

WINTER GARDEN Linking the Great Hall/living room and the kitchen/diner, triple height glazed link with sliding doors to the rear garden. Solid oak staircase to the first floor landing.

GREAT HALL/LIVING ROOM 21' 11" x 20' 4" (6.70m x 6.21m) Stunning feature window overlooking the rear garden, stone walls and a magnificent example of a double arched medieval fireplace with access door to the original bakehouse (now study/bedroom four).

STUDY/BEDROOM FOUR 18' 2" x 14' 9" (5.55m x 4.51m) Old original bakehouse room with side window and internal window to inner hallway, either a study or possible bedroom four.

KITCHEN/DINER 25' 7" x 16' 3" (7.80m x 4.97m) Solid oak units with stunning fossilised stone worktops, four-oven AGA and Belfast sink, integral dishwasher. Access to larder with space for large fridge freezer and shelving, access to utility area. Slate flooring in kitchen area, dining area has solid wide oak floorboards, wood burning stove set into original fireplace and double glass French doors opening onto patio and garden area.

UTILITY AREA 8' 8" x 6' 4" (2.66m x 1.95m) Separate utility area with space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Storage cupboards, external door to driveway and garden. Oil fired central heating and hot water, with boiler placed outside back door in its own housing.

DOWNSTAIRS W.C. Window to the side, w.c. and wash hand bowl, partially tiled.

SERVANTS QUARTERS 18' 7" x 14' 9" (5.68m x 4.50m) Currently undeveloped but planning permission has been granted under application reference 96/99/00907/G to be converted to a separate dwelling or part of the main house. Further details of the planning permission are available online at the Wakefield Council Planning Portal. This area has the original stone walls and magnificent large oak beams and roof trusses but is need of restoration, offering a superb opportunity as potential for a games room, garaging and further family accommodation or as a separate 4 bedroom dwelling.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Original fireplace, access to the three bedrooms, house bathroom and separate w.c. Views to the front and rear through the winter garden glass ceilings and walls.

MASTER BEDROOM 18' 7" x 16' 7" (5.68m x 5.08m) Original oak beams and some with pegs dating back 700 years, access to walk-in wardrobe and inner landing leading to en-suite shower room and with a Juliet balcony overlooking the Great Hall/living room.

EN-SUITE TO MASTER Contains mains feed shower, wash hand basin and low flush w.c, tiled walls and floor.

BEDROOM TWO 16' 4" x 8' 7" (4.99m x 2.62m) plus door recess Large double aspect bedroom with built-in wardrobes, glass French doors with Juliet balcony overlooking the front patio and garden, original fireplace.

BEDROOM THREE 16' 4" x 11' 5" (4.99m x 3.50m) plus door recess Large double bedroom with original fireplace, built-in wardrobe and window overlooking the rear garden.

BATHROOM 9' 5" x 6' 11" (2.88m x 2.12m) Wash hand basin, roll top cast iron free standing bath with shower over. Double glazed skylight.

SEPARATE W.C. 5' 6" x 3' 3" (1.70m x 1.00m) High level flush w.c.

OUTSIDE The gardens and grounds are an outstanding feature of the property and include ample off-street parking for several vehicles (including motorhome, horsebox etc.) There is a secure child-friendly area in front of the main house being primarily laid to lawn with patio seating area and lawn. There is also a small fenced paddock, orchard with a 1500-year-old walnut tree and gardens to the side and rear with additional patio seating and views across the neighbouring fields and pond.

VIEWINGS To view please contact our Pontefract office and they will be pleased to arrange a suitable appointment.

LAYOUT PLANS These floor plans are intended as a rough guide only and are not to be intended as an exact representation and should not be scaled. We cannot confirm the accuracy of the measurements or details of these floor plans.

AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS This property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction which is not to be confused with traditional auction. The Modern Method of Auction is a flexible buyer friendly method of purchase. We do not require the buyer to exchange contracts immediately; however, from the date the draft contract for sale is received by the Buyer's solicitor, the buyer has 56 DAYS in which to complete the transaction; whilst using every endeavour to exchange contracts within the first 28 days. Allowing the additional time to exchange contracts means interested parties can proceed with traditional residential finance. Upon close of a successful auction, or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to make payment of:

- A non-refundable Reservation Fee of 4.2% of the final agreed sale price including VAT - this is subject to a minimum of £6,000.00 including VAT - which reserves the property from sale by securing the transaction and takes the property off the market. The Reservation Fee is paid in addition to the final negotiated selling price.

- A non-refundable Buyer Information Pack fee of £200.00 including VAT towards the preparation cost of the pack, if the Buyer Information Pack has been produced and provided by IAM Sold. The Documents in the pack can then be used by your solicitor during the conveyancing stage of the purchase. It is recommended that you view the Buyer Information Pack before agreeing to your purchase.

Fees paid to the Auctioneer may be considered as part of the chargeable consideration for the property and be included in the calculation for stamp duty liability. Further clarification for this must be sought from your legal representative. The buyer will be required to sign a Reservation Agreement to confirm acceptance of the terms prior to solicitors being instructed. A sample copy of the Reservation Agreement and all terms and conditions can be found in the Buyer Information Pack, which can be downloaded from the auction section of our website, or requested from our Auction Department. Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price which is generally no more than 10% in excess of the starting bid, both the starting bid and reserve price can be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the Modern Method of Auction, which is operated by West Yorkshire Property Auction powered by IAM Sold Ltd.

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