A highly impressive grade II listed early 18th century manor house with beautiful manicured formal gardens, adjoining stone barns, together with a superb range of modern agricultural buildings also suitable for equestrian use, detached farm cottage in parkland setting.
Beyond are impressive views towards the Calder Valley and in all extending to about 85 acres.
The sale of Ashday Hall and Farm offers an extremely rare opportunity to acquire a fine example of a beautifully maintained period residence which retains a wealth of its original character features combined with a high standard of modern appointment. Many of the key period features are evident throughout The Hall including fine craftsmen made panelling, internal doors and archways together with a variety of original fireplace, surrounds and moulded ceiling cornices. Adjacent to the Hall is an excellent range of stone barns capable of proving additional ancillary accommodation or home office space if required subject to planning approval. Neighbouring the Hall to the west is Ashday Hall Farm which includes an excellent range of agricultural buildings, recently modernised storage barn and a superb modern substantial arena providing the opportunity to run a serious equestrian facility. In addition, there is a detached bungalow suitable for a dependent relative or farm manager. Another unique feature at Ashday Hall is the purpose built helicopter hangar.
There is a private patio area together with an outdoor jacuzzi under an oak framed canopy providing additional relaxation space.
Ashday Hall and Farm occupies a completely private ‘semi-rural’ location surrounded by its own grounds, grassland and woodland extending to in excess of 85 acres.
Ashday Hall is situated in a most discrete and beautiful setting, plus is conveniently located with ease of access to principal commercial centres including those of Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds and Sheffield. The M62 is within 10 miles providing access to Manchester and the airport within 3/4 of an hour’s drive. There are direct rail links from nearby Brighouse to London making Kings Cross accessible within 2.5 hours.
All the reception rooms at Ashday Hall are of impressive proportions, with superb ceiling heights and high levels of natural light, with many having commanding south-facing positions overlooking the formal gardens and parkland beyond. A solid oak front door leads into the main reception hall with wide cantilever staircase leading to the first floor, plus further door to the terrace. The drawing room is of worthy note with its grand proportions and sizeable floor-to-ceiling semi-circular bay window overlooking the gardens. In addition there is a beautiful panelled dining room, plus generous sitting room with archway through to the billiard room. There is an outstanding bespoke luxury fitted breakfast kitchen with a comprehensive range of units in cream and oak with Corian and granite preparation surfaces, feature three oven gas aga with 2 electric oven and four gas hob module with glazed panelled archway and French doors opening out onto the formal gardens.
A cellar is currently used as a home gymnasium.
To the first floor is the principal bedroom which is of magnificent dimensions, with walk-in bay window overlooking the grounds with views beyond, together with an ensuite dressing room and bathroom. There are an additional 5 bedrooms which are all generously sized, 3 bathrooms plus hobbies room.
Outside the property is approached through stone pillars and electric entrance gates with driveway and forecourt providing ample parking and in turn giving access to the double garage. There are the most beautiful landscaped formal gardens at the rear of the hall, which are facing due south including an oak framed covered seating area, fountain, orchards, greenhouse and all-weather tennis court. To the west of the Hall there are a range of stone barns and ancillary buildings, which provide a wide range of potential uses such as ancillary accommodation, teenage suite, cinema room, helicopter hangar, garaging or home/business office space. The additional floor are in the stone barns which could create such accommodation would extend to some 4,500 square feet over two stories.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||8.9%||£138,409||2.9||1.1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£79,369 (8)||£123,648 (42)||£169,223 (59)||£333,513 (35)||£512,081 (24)|
|Flats||£20,000 (1)||£114,536 (11)||£350,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£459,541 (11)||£121,757 (53)||£170,724 (61)||£333,513 (35)||£512,081 (24)|