An impressive 19th century country house set within grounds of approximately 2/3 an acre, approached by a sweeping tree lined driveway and boasting a private setting, six double bedrooms and tastefully presented spacious accommodation. Read more
An impressive 19th century country house set within grounds of approximately 2/3 an acre, approached by a sweeping tree lined driveway and boasting a private setting, six double bedrooms and tastefully presented spacious accommodation.
The Mount enjoys the most idyllic of locations within immediate walking distance of the village centre, positioned on the edge of the Pennines, being highly commutable and well served by an abundance of local services including highly regarded schools.
A delightful family home sympathetically restored throughout with retained period features and a contemporary styled modern finish resulting in a complementary contrast the original period of design. The property offers three reception rooms, three bathrooms and a high quality well equipped German Kitchen.
GroundFloor The front elevation of the property presents a traditional appearance for the period with an entrance door occupying a central position opening to reveal an impressive reception hallway which immediately displays retained period features and a high ceiling height, a theme that continues throughout.
There are two reception rooms located to the front of the house positioned on either side of the hallway; the sitting room positioned to the front aspect of the property enjoying a double aspect with a walk-in bay window over-looking the gardens, a centrally positioned fireplace and retained original features including deep skirting boards and ornate coving to the ceiling. The Drawing Room, currently a home office also enjoys a double aspect with differing views over the gardens.
The living kitchen offers a spacious open plan layout with four windows inviting an abundance of natural light indoors. The room is home to a bespoke range of contemporary styled kitchen furniture with complementary LED plinth lighting and a quartz work surface that extends to a six-seat breakfast bar resulting is a sociable space that offers a complementary modern contrast to the retained character features. The Kitchen enjoys a full complement of high end appliances and presents access through to the rear hall which opens to the courtyard, has a utility room and separate cloaks room.
The Lounge is by far the largest of the ground floor reception rooms and has a bank of windows to the south aspect whilst French doors open on to a south facing terrace pulling the outdoors inside.
FirstFloor To the first floor the house offers six double bedrooms; located to the front aspect are the two principle double bedrooms; the master enjoying a double aspect with stunning views over the house gardens and village in the back drop. This room boasts En-suite facilities, presented with a three-piece suite incorporating a wet room style shower. There are four additional double rooms two of which command stunning views over the gardens, a guest suite having En-suite facilities whilst the family bathroom is presented with a four-piece suite finished in white.
Externally The property enjoys a private positioned set back from the road behind a tree lined and hedge boarder. An original stone pillared entrance immediately sets the scene; the sweeping driveway leading beyond the front garden to the side aspect of the house revealing a courtyard. To the east elevation of the property a raised flagged seating terrace which overlooks a shaped lawn garden. This lawn extends to wrap the south elevation and enjoys established hedging resulting in high levels of privacy. An additional, south facing, stone flagged seating terrace presents an idyllic place to sit and enjoy al-fresco dining, enclosed to the side by a natural stone wall with a stunning outlook over the grounds.
Garage A stone built detached garage which has retained the original sliding doors; offering oversized single accommodation and benefitting from power and lighting. There is also an external gardeners W.C.
Additionalinformation A Freehold property with mains gas, water, electric and drainage
Valuer Richard Crossfield Bsc (Hons)
Directions From the centre of the village turn right onto Station Road and after 85 metres turn left in to the driveway of the Mount.