***Available post auction. Offers invited. Contact Lucy Crapper: 07795 200128***
The residence is steeped in history with rumours that Oliver Cromwell convalesced here from his battle on Marston Moor, the estate originally belonged to the Nostell Priory Estate, the Gargreave family in the 15th Century and the seat of the Monkton family in the 17th Century. Only upon inspection will the true scale and grandeur of the property be felt. The current vendors have renovated part of the house and have lived in this area, the house offers further scope and potential due to its layout and size and in addition there are numerous outbuildings and a Cottage ripe for renovation. Buyers may take a view that this is to be returned back to a family home or alternatively consider separating areas within the building for additional accommodation, as with all listed buildings this is subject to numerous consents and permissions. The property sits in around 3 acres of land so ideal for anyone with equestrian or small holding interests.
Hodroyd Hall is located in the hamlet of Felkirk close to the village of South Hiendley. The village has two public houses, a primary school and a Doctor's surgery and further amenities and facilities are available in Wakefield and Barnsley town centres which are under 9 miles away, there is a train station in Wakefield with fast link to Kings Cross and the house is also within easy access to M1 and A1.
Lower Ground Floor
Cellar and stores
Reception hall with Elizabethan oak staircase, sitting room, family dining kitchen, scullery, games room, study, W.C, dining room, breakfast room, 2nd kitchen and access to the Butlers Cottage
6 Bedrooms including the ‘Cromwell Room' and Master bedroom with ensuite/dressing room and two bathrooms.
Numerous large attic rooms ideal for renovation and additional accommodation.
Internal courtyard with numerous outbuildings off. Gravelled driveway with two entrances, off road parking for numerous vehicles, modern double detached garage, agricultural building. Garden areas include the Italian garden with pond, front lawns, wooded areas, rear garden and deer park and fields=1mm/>=1mm/>
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