A substantial converted barn with luxurious and contemporary interiors, stunning views, garden and land.
The Property occupies a delightful rural setting within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to both Fewston and Swinsty Reservoirs, with many interesting and scenic walks nearby. The property is extremely conveniently located to Harrogate (about 7 miles) via the A59 and the thriving financial city of Leeds (about 18 miles). Leeds Bradford Airport is approximately 12 miles away with regular international and domestic departures. The area offers a wide selection of first class schools.
Sporting and leisure
Horse riding facilities are nearby and many footpaths for walking, riding and mountain biking exist.
Racing at Wetherby, York, Thirsk and Ripon.
Golf at Pannal, Rudding Park, Harrogate, Otley and Leeds.
Sailing at Farnham.
The property is an imposing stone built converted barn, attached to Spinksburn Reach. Spinksburn House is a strikingly individual property with an enviable outlook, period features and character together with an executive and contemporary feel created by the quality of the fixtures and fittings and high specification throughout.
The internal accommodation will appeal to a wide variety of people. It is well arranged to suit family living and entertaining on a grand scale.
First impressions are exciting with the spacious entrance and reception hall. The magnificent dining kitchen is fitted with a stylish hand crafted range of fitted solid oak base units (Ripon Interiors) with a matching central island unit. The units are all arranged beneath polished granite work surfaces. Integrated appliances include fitted Bosh dishwasher an Admiral American-style fridge freezer, Britannia stainless steel range cooker with six ring gas burner, along with electric double and single ovens beneath a Hotpoint illuminated purifier above.
This magnificent living kitchen allows ample space for formal and informal dining. The seating area provides comfort and provides a natural heart to the house. Further accommodation on the ground floor includes a study, a utility room, cloakroom and integral garage with an electric up and over door.
The first floor drawing room has an impressive oak floor and a solid fuel burning stove set within a carved stone surround. High ceilings add an impressive touch to this room. The remaining first floor accommodation comprises a master bedroom suite with ample fitted wardrobe space and a bathroom with luxurious high specification bathroom fittings. There is also a guest suite, which has a luxurious ensuite shower room.
The second floor accommodation comprises of two double bedrooms and a family shower room.
Examples of the contemporary style of this property include double glazed windows and under floor heating beneath the limestone tiled floors on the ground floor and in all the bathrooms. Exposed beams and solid oak fittings throughout add to the ambience.
An attractive and landscaped farmhouse style garden lies immediately to the front of Spinksburn House. A further expense of lawn runs down to the driveway with grass paddock beyond. A pretty paved patio area, accessed from the entrance hall lies at the rear of the house and has stunning views to the South.
The grass paddock is surrounded by well maintained walls and has a water supply.
Further additional parking in the gated and gravelled courtyard
The property is connected to mains water and electricity. The private drainage is shared with the adjoining property, Spinksburn Reach. The heating is oil fired; a modern tank is discreetly located at the front of the property. Lpg is also connected.
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Fixtures and fittings
Only fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in the particulars are included in the sale otherwise any garden ornaments, curtains, carpets and other fixtures and fittings may be available subject to separate negotiation.
Wayleaves, easements and rights of way
The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and other easements, quasi-easements and Wayleaves, all or any other like rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. The rights to mines and minerals were purchased from the Duchy of Cornwall and are included in the sale.
From central Harrogate, travel up Cornwall Road and join Penny Pot Lane. Pass by the Army foundation college. At the end of Penny Pot Lane, turn left at the t-junction and take the next right. Cross a bridge and the driveway to Spinksburn House is the second on the left