Former brew house is now a stunning home

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 3rd July 2018, 1:14 pm
Updated Tuesday, 3rd July 2018, 2:46 pm

This four-bedroom historic house set in magnificent gardens was once the brew house for the 18th century Heath Hall at Heath near Wakefield - often referred to as a village of mansions.

Stone-built, the Grade I-Listed property has been restored to the highest of standards, first at its conversion in 1982, for which it was commended with local design and Civic Trust awards in 1984, and again most recently.The accommodation over two floors comprises a reception vestibule with guest cloakroom and a large central dining hall with superb staircase leading to the first floor landing. A large lounge with feature fireplace and French doors extends through into the dining hall and provides access onto the gardens. The large dining kitchen has a range of bespoke hand-painted base and wall units with solid quartz worktops and a range of integrated appliances as well as a large black enamel Aga cooking range.

A further hallway to the side has a second staircase, also leading to the first floor. The master bedroom has a superb en suite shower room in addition to a large family bathroom with a quality four piece bathroom suite.

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Outside, the property has vehicular access from the front and rear, the front opening into a courtyard and the rear having double gates opening onto a private driveway, which leads to a substantial double garage with full-length inspection pit.

The large gardens offer a high degree of privacy with a range of established plants, trees, shrubs and orchard, Yorkshire stone patio seating areas and lawns. There is a stone-built garden store and large greenhouse.

Also within the garden is a large annex with Travertine flooring with underfloor heating and a built in kitchen area with bespoke units, granite worktops and integrated dishwasher.Heath has conservation area status and comprises a collection of approximately 50 dwellings which range from simple cottages to stately homes dating back to the 16th century. The village is set within 131 acres of common land which plays host to a number of events throughout the year.

The Brew House is on the market with Richard Kendall for £825,000. For more details visit