Beautifully restored historical home with the added benefit of a detached annexe

A most characterful and stunning Grade I listed property, blending perfectly the character of such a historical property with the refinement of a modern home, plus the added benefit of a detached annexe and a double garage with planning permission granted to create a further one bedroom dwelling.

Having recently undergone refurbishment throughout including a newly installed kitchen and two luxurious bathrooms.

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Comprising: reception vestibule; guest cloakroom/WC; large central dining hall with a superb staircase; large lounge with a feature fireplace and French doors providing access onto the attractive gardens, this room extends through into the dining hall; the large dining kitchen has a range of bespoke hand painted units with solid quartz worktops and a range of integrated appliances plus an Aga cooking range; a further hallway to the side has a second staircase which also leads to the first floor.

First floor: landing; four bedrooms, the master with a superb en-suite shower room/WC and a high quality house bathroom.

Outside, the property can be accessed from the front and rear by car, the front opening into a courtyard.

The rear having double gates opening onto a private driveway which leads to a substantial double garage with an inspection pit.

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In addition, there is a stone built garden store and quality greenhouse.

The large gardens offer a high degree of privacy with a range of established plants, trees, shrubs, orchard, Yorkshire stone patio seating areas and lawns.

Within the garden there is a large annexe providing ancillary accommodation to The Brew House. This annexe measures 5.8m x 5m, dressed in Yorkshire stone beneath a pitched roof and having Travertine flooring with underfloor heating and a built-in kitchen area with bespoke units and granite worktops.

Address: The Brew House, Heath, WakefieldPrice: £825,000

Agent: Richard Kendall 01924 291294

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