Set amidst delightful open countryside, and well placed for Yorkshire and Lancashire business centres, this stunning Grade II listed country home provides extensive family accommodation retaining lovely period features. An excellent range of traditional barns, and a site extending to almost 2.8 acres in all.
Gabled Entrance Porch to the south elevation, with carved drip rail.
Entrance Hall with stone flagged floor, vaulted ceiling and central rose. Radiator with cover.
Reception Hall with return staircase off to a galleried landing with oak banister rail and painted spindles. Storage cupboard beneath the stairs. Stone flagged floor, telephone point and wall light points. Painted panelling to dado height and gothic style multipane window at the half landing.
Drawing Room a lovely room with elevations to the south and east, stone fireplace hearth. Deep mullion windows to two sides with window seat to the front. Painted panelling to dado height and matching corner cupboard. Wall light points.
Dining Hall with a magnificent Inglenook fireplace with dressed stone arch and hearth. Stone flagged floor. Mullion windows overlooking the front garden. Halogen down lighters.
Entrance Porch to the easterly elevation and carrying a date stone of 1672. Studded entrance door to the dining hall. Garden access.
Staircase Hall with second staircase off to the first floor. Side entrance door and stone flagged floor.
Breakfast Kitchen to the principal facade, and with mullion windows overlooking the front garden, with window seat beneath. Oak beamed and boarded ceiling. Walk in pantry cupboard with fitted shelving and storage. Further storage cupboard beneath the stairs.
Utility Room fitted with a range of eye level and base cupboards with working surfaces over having complementary wall tiling and inset stainless steel sink unit. Stone flagged floor and doorway to the rear garden. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine and halogen down lighters.
Rear Lobby with recessed storage cupboards, stone flagged floor. Glazed fan light over the entrance door from the hall.
Family Room having fitted book shelving and cupboards. Fireplace, carved stone mantelpiece and matching hearth. Halogen down lighters.
Office accessed off the principal entrance hall and with windows to three sides. Telephone point, feature stone mantle, washbasin.
Cloakroom off with low suite w.c.
Cellars A return staircase leads down from the staircase hall to the cellars where there are three vaulted rooms including a Boiler Room, with hot water cylinder and twin oil-fired heating/hot water boilers; Fuel Store; Wine Cellar with keeping banks.
Galleried Landing with painted panelling to dado height. Oak banister rail and vaulted ceiling. Wall light points.
Master Bedroom a lovely spacious room with mullion windows to two sides enjoying lovely far reaching views, and with window seat to the eastern elevation. Recessed storage cupboard and halogen down lighters.
En Suite Bathroom with a five piece suite comprising washbasin, w.c., bidet, thermostatic shower within a tiled cubicle, and bath within a tiled recess. Halogen down lighters.
Bedroom 2 a charming double room with stone mullion windows to the front overlooking the main garden. A pair of radiators with covers. Halogen down lighters, television aerial point, walk in storage cupboard and fitted shelving.
Study Area off.
Second Landing with staircase off to the ground and second floor.
Bedroom 3 with windows to two sides, exposed stone features. Feature stone mantelpiece. Halogen down lighters.
Bedroom 4 a double room, to the western elevation, with halogen down lighters and feature fireplace with inset display shelving. Aspect onto the rear garden.
House Bathroom with twin washbasins within a vanity unit, w.c., thermostatic shower in a tiled cubicle and bath. Fitted shelving and shaver point.
Laundry Room off, plumbed for an automatic washing machine.
Wash Room with w.c., washbasin, radiator and shaver point.
Landing with exposed beams and cupboard off.
Bedroom 5 with windows to the front elevation, exposed beams and radiator.
Bedroom 6/Playroom having exposed oak flooring and exposed timber trusses.
Attic Store with Queen post truss and windows to two sides. Light.
. Ingthorpe Grange enjoys lovely views over grounds set principally to the east and south of the house, and over open countryside in all directions. A sweeping gravel driveway leads up to the main entrance door, passing a lawn and grassed area
. To the eastern side of the property there is a lovely sheltered garden, enclosed in part by a yew hedge with flowerbeds, box hedging and stone terrace. To the western elevation there is a further enclosed courtyard garden, beyond which is a garden store and oil tank.
. The property is complemented by a superb range of traditional and more modern farm buildings. The southern detached barn extends to approximately 1090 square feet (gross) on the ground floor, and includes a hay loft with former shippons beneath. The larger of the two barns is again of traditional construction and offers in excess of 3500 square feet (gross) of ground floor space, including stores and former shippon.
. Ingthorpe Grange and the barns stand within a site extending to 1.1 HA (2.77 acres), as outlined on the accompanying plan.
Vendors Solicitors: Thurnhills, 13 Winckley Square, Preston, PR1 2JT.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and other easements, quasi easements and wayleaves, and all or any other rights whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Local Authority: City of Bradford MC, City Hall, Bradford, BD1 1HY. Tel: 01274 432111.
Services: Mains electricity is installed. The property is heated by twin oil-fired boilers which also supply domestic hot water. Drainage is to a septic tank. Mains water supply piped from Yorkshire Water.