Hall Ing, Honley£750,000
6 bed Link Detached, Honley
This beautiful grade II listed family home sits on the edge of the open countryside between the villages of Honley and Farnley Tyas. Offering retained character features of its period throughout, the property sits within grounds of approx. 1.1 acres and comprises :- entrance hall, sitting room, family room, dining kitchen, dining room, playroom/music room, 5 bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom. Externally there is ample gated courtyard parking with further gated parking and a garage, extensive gardens, meadow, woodland and orchard. There is also a link attached 1 bedroom studio cottage and solar panels. No chain.
Full DetailsACCOMMODATION This beautiful grade II listed family home sits on the edge of the open countryside between the villages of Honley and Farnley Tyas. Offering retained character features of its period throughout, the property sits within grounds of approx. 1.1 acres and comprises :- entrance hall, sitting room, family room, dining kitchen, dining room, playroom/music room, 5 bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom. Externally there is ample gated courtyard parking with further gated parking and a garage, extensive gardens, meadow, woodland and orchard. There is also a link attached 1 bedroom studio cottage and solar panels. No chain.
ABOUT HALL ING HOUSE Hall Ing House sits within the rural hamlet of Hall Ing going out from Gynn Lane, Honley towards Farnley Tyas and ideally located within close proximity of Honley train station making it ideal for city commuters. Surrounded by open fields with views as far as the eye can see the property itself sits within extensive gardens of approx. 1.1 acres which include a woodland area, an orchard with fruit trees, a wildlife meadow, summer house with grapevine and attached garage, large lawned garden areas and paved patios. Gated cobbled driveway parking at the rear of the property and a secondary gated entrance into the rear garden encourages a great amount of privacy and security. Included in the sale is a link attached 1-bedroom cottage that generates a healthy monthly income in addition to income generated from solar panels that are located in a hidden setting in the garden.
This fabulous imposing property dates back to circa. 1840 and boasts a catalogue of traditional restored features. Being enjoyed by the same owners for the past 22 years this family home has been a fantastic hub of social events and has been nurtured to ensure its upkeep with its grandeur and history respected. Based on 4 principle square rooms to the ground floor offering 3 reception rooms, a dining kitchen and a vaulted converted cellar with direct garden access, the property offers a versatile layout to cater for family requirements. Traditional restored fireplaces house log burning stoves to the lounge and family room, with exposed flooring, deep skirting, coving to the ceiling and feature ceiling roses. As with most family homes, the kitchen offers a wonderful welcoming environment for family interaction while the separate dining room offers a more formal place to entertain. To the first floor there are 5 bedrooms, the guest bedroom with an en-suite shower room, and a family bathroom. The property has secondary glazing to some of the rooms with traditional wooden window shutters.
When approaching the property from Hall Ing Lane you will first arrive at the rear of the property where there is gated driveway parking and further access to the front of the property and garden area.
ENTRANCE HALL A timber panelled door leads into the grand entrance hall. Tiled Amtico flooring is laid from the main entrance hallway to the rear hallway and original stone steps have been stripped to complement the cast iron railings with globe feature corner posts. Doors lead to the sitting room and family room and an internal door leads to the rear hallway.
FAMILY ROOM 15' x 15' (4.57m x 4.57m) This lovely family room is an inviting room that offers character and comfort. The log burning fire with marble surround complements the coving to the ceiling with its central ceiling rose and beech wood flooring. Sash windows with secondary glazing and window shutters provide an outlook to the front of the property and of the front garden and a door leads into the dining kitchen.
DINING KITCHEN 15' 0" x 15' 0" (4.57m x 4.57m) The dining kitchen is fitted with traditional painted base and wall units, with granite work surfaces, 1 ½ ceramic sink unit and drainer, freestanding range oven, space for dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Continuation of the character features include sash windows with original wooden secondary glazing and window shutters. The traditional feature servants' bells are sighted in the original place and still have the network links between rooms of the property. Inset spot lights and door leading from the rear hallway. Cupboard housing the central heating boiler.
SITTING ROOM 15' 0" x 15' 0" (4.57m x 4.57m) Offering a more formal setting, with listed features including coving to the ceiling with ceiling rose, sash windows and window shutters, timber flooring and a stunning eye catching slate mantlepiece that the current owners salvaged from the grounds of the property and beautifully restored to create a decorative feature.
DINING ROOM 15' x 15' (4.57m x 4.57m) A formal setting for entertaining, with 2 double glazed windows, a stove style gas fire, timber flooring and stairs leading to the playroom/study.
PLAYROOM / HOME OFFICE 14' 4" x 14' 9" (4.37m x 4.5m) This cellar style playroom has an exposed stone vaulted ceiling and a door leading out to the garden. Ideal for use as a playroom or home office.
REAR ENTRANCE There is a rear entrance into the property that leads from the courtyard parking. Doors to the dining kitchen, dining room, cellar and front entrance hall.
CELLAR Cold cellar ideal for storage.
LANDING Displaying a wonderful arched stained-glass window with doors leading to the bedrooms and family bathroom.
BEDROOM 1 15' x 14' 10" (4.57m x 4.52m) This spacious bedroom is located at the front of the property and displays a feature fireplace, coving to the ceiling and sash window with an elevated outlook over the garden.
BEDROOM 2 / GUEST SUITE 15' x 14' 11" (4.57m x 4.55m) This spacious bedroom located at the front of the property has a feature fireplace, coving to the ceiling and door leading to the en-suite shower room.
ENSUITE 14' 11" x 3' 11" (4.55m x 1.19m) Having a white 3-piece suite comprising of a step-in shower cubicle, WC and hand wash basin with part tiled walls and a window.
BEDROOM 3 15' x 10' 8" (4.57m x 3.25m) A double size bedroom with a feature fireplace and high storage that housed the hot water cylinder. Window with an outlook to the rear of the property.
BEDROOM 4 15' x 8' (4.57m x 2.44m) A double size bedroom with an outlook to the side of the property and extending views.
BEDROOM 5 7' 9" x 7' 2" (2.36m x 2.18m) Located at the front of the property, a single size bedroom or idea for use as a home office.
LOFT WITH POTENTIAL FOR CONVERSION The vendors have informed us that the loft space to the property is of very generous proportions and would be ideal to renovate to create further accommodation. It is believed that this space was originally used as servants' quarters and a blocked-up window is evident on the gable end of the property. Access to the loft if converted could be created from bedroom 5.
FAMILY BATHROOM 15' 9" x 6' 6" (4.8m x 1.98m) Having a white 3-piece suite comprising a bath with shower over, WC and sink built within a vanity unit with tiles to the floor, traditional style towel rail and window to the side of the property. Storage with shelving and loft hatch.
GARDEN The property sits within grounds of approx. 1.1 acres which is predominantly south facing and includes a generous amount of lawned garden, woodland, a wild flower meadow with a meandering path, fruit tree orchard and paved patio, all of which have been beautifully maintained and offer a great degree of privacy with mature trees and hedges and walled boundaries. There is a glazed summer house with a grapevine, fully stocked wood store, and single garage with power for a small car.
SOLAR PANELS The solar panels are located in a hidden corner of the grounds. We are informed by the owners that they generate £1,500 - £1,600 per year. This information can be confirmed by the vendors when viewing the property.
COURTYARD PARKING To the rear of the property with immediate access from Hall Ing Lane there is gated courtyard parking which is finished in traditional cobbles. Further parking and the garage can be found through secondary gates that lead into the rear garden.
VIEWING By appointment by Wm Sykes and Son
LOCATION From the A616 in Honley proceed on the New Mill Road and turn left up Gynn lane just before the school playing fields. Continue onto Hall Ing Lane and the property will be found on the right hand side.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Tenure: Freehold
Plan not to scale and is for identification purposes only.
132A HALL ING In addition to the main house, included in the sale there is a 1-bedroom studio cottage. We are informed by the vendors that they have generated an income of £350 - £400 PCM.
The accommodation is a private dwelling, fully self-contained and is located within the courtyard and comprises: -
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE WITH KITCHEN AREA To the kitchen there are base and wall units with and integrated oven and gas hob with extractor fan over, fridge and freezer. There is laminate flooring throughout and beams to the open ceiling. Open archway leading through to the bedroom.
BEDROOM Double size bedroom with walk in wardrobe storage.
SHOWER ROOM Having a white suite comprising of a step-in shower cubicle, WC and sink and window.
PARKING There is parking at the front of the property.