Property Overview

Hillam Common Lane, Hillam, Leeds LS25 £995,000 (Guide Price)

4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms


A stunning period detached barn conversion set within three acres of lovingly developed and maintained gardens, with panoramic views across unspoilt countryside.

Accommodation - A unique opportunity to acquire this period barn skilfully converted in 1984, set within stunning gardens and land stretching to approximately 3 acres, and enjoying panoramic open views.

Internally the property is entered via a front storm porch into a spacious reception hall with tiled flooring and staircase leading to the first floor accommodation. uPVC framed double glazed sliding patio doors lead out onto the rear gardens beyond and the entrance hall includes a radiator and built in under stairs storage cupboard.

A small inner hall with secondary built-in storage leads through into the principal reception room being a substantial lounge with feature wood burning cast iron stove set on a quarry tiled hearth with exposed brick surround. The lounge features an exposed beam ceiling, as well as four display alcoves in addition to double radiators and a television aerial point.

Located off the entrance hall is a separate dining room offering flexible accommodation with double radiator. Crucially the property includes a downstairs cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin set within a travertine tiled surround.

One of the feature rooms of the property is the open plan breakfast kitchen having a built in range of base units to three sides with rounded edge worktops incorporating a poly carbonate sink unit. There is an additional range of matching high level storage and display cupboards with ceramic style splashbacks. Included within the kitchen is a built in Neff electric oven with separate four point induction hob with brushed stainless steel extractor canopy above. There is built in fridge and freezer units and plumbing for an automatic dishwasher. Plus ample space for a freestanding breakfast table as well as tiled flooring and a radiator.

Located off the kitchen is the utility room which includes a walk in pantry and has a further range of low level storage cupboards with worktop and polycarbonate sink unit. The utility room has the plumbing for an automatic washing machine. The utility room leads through into three multipurpose rooms which includes a workshop with high and low level storage cupboards, mounted display shelving and rear access door, then a storage room followed by a spacious boiler room housing the Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. The passage way links the rooms and also provides internal access to the attached double garage.

You are welcomed to the first floor by a galleried landing with a reading area which connects two separate corridors accessing all the first-floor accommodation. The landing includes the loft hatch, and a walk-in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and electric immersion heater.

The master bedroom is positioned over the lounge having a range of built in wardrobes, an exposed beam ceiling and windows to the front and side elevations offering a stunning elevated open aspect. The master suite includes an en-suite bathroom having a low flush WC, wash hand basin, bidet and inset bath with shower unit and tiled splashbacks.

Bedroom two also features an exposed beamed ceiling with second loft hatch. Bedrooms three and four are further double bedrooms with bedroom four including a triple fronted built-in wardrobe. All the bedrooms include radiators and uPVC framed double glazed casement windows with elevated open aspects.

There is a house bathroom with wash hand basin, inset bath and separate walk in shower cubicle. The first floor accommodation is completed by a separate WC.

The propertys loft has a retractable ladder access providing additional storage or studio.

To The Outside - The gardens of Maspin House have been developed and refined over 3 decades, with the external accommodation being almost unique to the local property market. The gardens were opened under the National Garden Scheme ( Yellow book) for 20 years starting in 1995 and have featured in a number of gardening publications over the years.

The property is accessed off Hillam Common Lane onto a substantial gravelled front driveway providing off street parking for numerous motor vehicles.

The driveway continues through a covered carport before opening out to the side onto a further concrete and block paved hardstanding providing additional off-street parking. There are three separate vehicular access points to the property with the double garage being accessed from the side with twin remote activated roller garage doors. The garage is equipped with electric light, power and water and includes motion sensitive security lighting.

Most notably the property includes a bespoke home office with a vaulted ceiling, kitchen area as well as a toilet with sink. The office runs on a sepately controlled branch of the propertys central heating system . The property is connected to full fibre broadband offering speeds up to 1Gbps and network connected throughout the property.

In total, the property sits on garden and paddock land stretching to approximately 3 acres in total. There are over 1,000 species of plants within the garden, which also features a stunning raised rockery, pond and water features. A manicured lawn intertwines the herbaceous borders, with the garden being separated into numerous parts by hedged and treelined walkways.

Adjoining the front elevation is a flagged patio with raised and protected seating area providing ample space for freestanding garden furniture ideal for outside entertaining.

The orchard path leads to a substantial summer house facing west to catch the evening sun. A large Hartley Botanic greenhouse is included in the sale.

Beyond the gardens is a large area of open grassland ideal for marquees and events.

Maspin House boasts panoramic open views across unspoilt countryside and an inspection of both the internal and external accommodation is strongly recommended.

Wildlife - Maspin House is a birdwatchers dream with dozens of bird types which can be spotted throughout the year. The species include buzzards, sparrowhawks, robins, kestrels, pheasants, partridges, barn swallows and moorhens. This is in addition to other wildlife including brown hare, hedghogs, squirrel and weasel. The property is real wildlife haven adding to its charm and appeal.

Hillam Common Lane Maspin House Leeds LS25 5HU

Property Overview

Hillam Common Lane, Hillam, Leeds LS25 £995,000 (Guide Price)

    Your Explicit Consent
    You must be 18 years or older to register for our property matching service through this website ("Service"). From time to time we will send you information about properties that we feel may be of interest to you.

    If you would like to receive information from us, please indicate this by selecting the appropriate box(es) below:

    Our Privacy Policy describes how we use your data, who we might share it with and what rights you have.

    Book a free valuation