For period property fans, this 17th country house in the Yorkshire Dales ticks all the right boxes, with plenty of character and historic charm throughout. As well as its four reception rooms, five bedrooms and three bathrooms, Hanlith Hall boasts an integral indoor swimming pool, a stables block, and two separate cottage dwellings, and is surrounded by 2.56 acres of grounds. Currently on the market for £2,150,000, this impressive property makes for an idyllic family country residence. Take a look inside to see what your money could buy you.
Hanlith Hall is located in the village of Kirby Malham, Skipton, in a tranquil setting close to many popular landmarks in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, including Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Malham Tarn.
The large dining room features a beautifully ornate fireplace at its heart, and offers plenty of space to accommodate both family and guests.
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Generous in size, the grand living room is bright and airy, with large windows allowing plenty of light to fill the room, and enough seating for family gatherings.
Currently used as an entertainment room, this impressive ball room features a pool table, stage area, and a wealth of seating, making it perfect for parties.
The charming country-style kitchen boasts fitted cabinets, a double oven, integrated appliances, breakfast bar and a small island at its centre.
Adding to the luxury of the property is an integral indoor swimming pool, with the surrounding alcove windows bringing in plenty of light.
The property features five bedrooms in the main house, which are generous in size and enjoys views overlooking the gardens.
The beautiful formal gardens encompass a terraced area with seating, well manicured grassland and stunning woodland areas.
Hanlith Hall boasts two separate dwellings, with one cottage integral to the main house and the other independent and situated over a substantial garage block.
The extensive grounds also include a purpose-built stable block and a large paddock.
The grounds of the property extend to 2.56 acres in total, offering spectacular unspoilt views over parkland and the backdrop of the Yorkshire Dales.