Boasting a wealth of local history Swillington House in east Leeds has six bedrooms and is set in nine acres. It's a relic of Swillington Hall, the former stately home and seat of the illustrious Lowther family, whose fortune was built on mining. Dating back to 1803, this manor style property adorned with a bell tower has been lovingly refurbished over a number of years by the present owners. It has an asking price of £1,595,000 and is being marketed by Fine & Country Manning Stainton, Leeds. READ MORE: The 20 random facts you (probably) didn’t know about Leeds
This magnificent home is a hidden treasure with a wealth of local history.
The Blacksmiths Cottage which is an ideal area for a teenager, dependent or elderly relative, an au-pair or indeed as a potential holiday let.
The property also boasts a separate Dairy Barn which is ideal for conversion.
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The modern country style living dining kitchen is most certainly the hub of this beautiful home.
The impressive formal lounge provides an excellent space for family living, with a magnificent original feature fireplace dating back to 1617.
An extremely impressive room with vaulted ceiling and original beams, feature mood lighting, a freestanding claw foot bath and beautiful views over the orchard.
A fantastic sized study provides the ideal space for anyone who runs a business from home with all the necessary modern technologies.
One for the ftiness fanatics.
In addition to the primary accommodation is a substantial stable block built at the same time as the house, to exacting standards.
There are four internal stables, which have been beautifully hand crafted, and two stalls.
The grounds of this wonderful family home are a truly special feature and have been meticulously cared for by the present owners.
There are a number of aspects to the substantial grounds of this home including; grazing land extending to approximately five acres,
Two good sized paddocks, woodland, a fenced area ideal for chickens, a 55 year old orchard with numerous fruits including apples, cherries, plums, peaches and gooseberries.
Approached along a privately owned road leading onto an exceptional private double tree lined driveway with electric gates,