Four bedroom farmhouse and barn conversion near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
17th century, semi detached farmhouse and barn conversion with integral stable block and 4.4 acres (registered smallholding), situated in a beautiful semi rural setting near Huddersfield, within easy reach of both the M62 and M1
Lower Lascelles Hall Farmhouse is a delightful, semi-detached stone built farmhouse and barn conversion dating from the 17th century and converted in 1989. Ideal for anyone with an equestrian interest, this 4.4 acre registered grassland smallholding has an integral stable block.
The property is set in a beautiful semi-rural location in a small select hamlet close to Huddersfield (3 miles) and conveniently placed for access to both M1 and M62.
There are spectacular views towards the Pennines to the West and Kirkheaton parish’s glorious shades of green to the north.
Access is via farm style gates and a pressed pattern concrete driveway / turnaround leads to the double garage with electric doors and lean to.
There are private, mature and spacious gardens to the front and side. The front garden includes a feature fish pond, rockery, dovecote, established plants, sculptured grass and various fruit trees. It also incorporates an extensive block paved area and a dark wood unit comprising three 12m x 12m Burley stables and tack room.
The stable area also has gated access to a small fenced hard standing paddock and roofed winter shelter porch.
The larger gardens to the side are mainly orchard (apple / plum / pear and soft fruits) shrubbery, grass, pebble and hedging for easy maintenance. They include a converted enclosed ménage and three outbuildings.
The pasture divides into one large field suitable for haymaking and three sloping fields all enclosed by dry stone wall or stock-proof hedging with gated access to a bridle path.
This farmhouse and barn conversion boasts many original features including some original oak beams.
Vaulted cellar with stone flags / table / inglenooks (5m x 3.2m)
Spacious living room (8.6m x 5m) with beamed ceiling and unique large oak / antique brick fireplace with coal effect gas fire. Access is by an enclosed part timber clad entry porch with WC. Patio doors lead out onto dark wood / stone conservatories to front (4.3m x 3.8m) and back (3.5m x 2.5m).
The fitted kitchen (5m x 4.8m) has integral dishwasher, fridge freezer units and central breakfast bar. There is a vestibule to the backdoor (1.35m x 1m).
Dining room (5m x 4.2m) with parquet floor surround, frieze and antique brick semi-circular wall fireplace / coal effect gas fire plus adjacent walk-in store room.
Master bedroom (5m x 3.2m) with glass fronted wardrobes and en-suite with a large corner bath.
Bedroom two (4m x 3.3m) has a separate en suite shower room as well as dressing room.
Bedroom three (4.7m x 3m) and bedroom four (3.3m x 2.7m) (currently partly wood clad and used as a study) share a Jenny Wren family bathroom between these two bedrooms.
A long landing and lobby area completes the upstairs area.
There's also a (2.6 x 2.6m) hot tub room adjacent to the front conservatory with a (2m x 2m) eight person Tiger river spa.
Main services are available with full gas central heating and sealed unit double glazing.
Follow Wakefield road past Tandem and turn sharp left at the pedestrian crossing to follow Lascelles Hall road for half a mile turning left just before the steep hill sign.
Alternatively turn down Church Lane past the Beaumont Arms and after the third 90 degree bend take the first right at the brow of the hill.
Further photos supplied by email on request.