A magnificent mansion house set within a private parkland estate, approached by an impressive ½ a mile drive, commanding the most impressive un-interrupted rural views and retaining original period features. Read more
A magnificent mansion house set within a private parkland estate, approached by an impressive ½ a mile drive, commanding the most impressive un-interrupted rural views and retaining original period features.
Noblethrope Hall sits in a delightful 18 acre parkland estate, commanding stunning panoramic views over glorious South Yorkshire countryside. The property enjoys a little known private position located on the edge of a picturesque village, within immediate walking distance of open countryside, only a short drive from the National Peak Park; yet being highly commutable, sat central to major commercial centres and only a short drive from both the M1 and M62 motorways.
NoblethorpeHall Approached through a stone pillared entrance opening to an immaculate sweeping driveway which leads through the glorious Parkland towards the property, arriving in a beautiful pea gravelled courtyard to the immediate front whilst continuing around the south west garden to the rear.
This magnificent home retains original features throughout and has been sympathetically refurbished by current and previous owners.
Stone steps lead to a covered entrance portico which has a grand pediment supported by four stone columns and tall doors which open to the formal entrance to the house. The centrally positioned, spectacular reception hallway presents an impressive introduction to Noblethorpe with a stone laid floor and original cantilevered stone staircase leading to the galleried landing. Formal living accommodation on either side of the ground reception, presents spacious, light filled rooms, commanding pleasant views over the house gardens and showcase exquisite retained original features, ranging from ornate cornices, architraves, high ceiling heights and period fireplaces.
The living accommodation encompasses the grand formal reception rooms to the front aspect with high ceiling heights and large floor to ceiling windows which allow fantastic levels of natural light whilst commanding inspiring views over the grounds and beyond. The slightly less formal rooms are situated to the rear aspect of the house. The lower ground floor has been converted into an entertainment suite with bar, cinema room and gym whilst having further storage rooms. The principle bedrooms are accessed from the impressive galleried landing and command breath taking panoramic views over unspoilt countryside. Guest and family accommodation allows privacy to the rear whilst the second floor lends itself to varying uses including a self-contained, teenage / granny suite or comfortable home office.
Externally the grounds are privately set within a tree lined boundary and total approximately 18 acres of wonderful parkland. The side south/west garden is sheltered by a boundary of mature trees and presents the ideal setting for entertaining whilst the front garden which enjoys a south facing aspect is open to the parkland with mature Rhododendrons and stunning views over the grounds and beyond. The parkland has a scattering of mature trees and a small amenity area with open barn. To the rear is a stone cobbled courtyard.
History Jonas Clark purchased the land in 1792 upon which Noblethorpe Hall sits. His second son, Robert Couldwell Clarke inherited the land and after gaining considerable wealth constructed the Noblethorpe estate in the Victorian era in a classical revivalist style.
The principle elevations are in Ashlar stone complementing the central portico and crowning balustrade with an impressive coat of arms.
The current owners have sympathetically maintained the property investing in a new roof and developing the ground floor to create a superb entertaining area.
SERVICES Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
A grade II listed Freehold property
Fixtures and fittings to be dealt with by separate negotiation
Directions Leave the M1 at junction 37 and follow the A628 Manchester signs for 2.5 miles. After
the petrol station, pass the 40 mph signs and fifty yards later take the next entrance on
the right at Red Lodge. Follow the drive up to the house.