This historic house, in a Wakefield conservation village, is said to have a secret tunnel.
As the oldest house in its conservation village, The Old Court House is thought to date back to 1642, and is reputed to have a tunnel from its cellar to nearby Woolley Hall. This harks back to its English Civil War origins.
The Grade II listed detached family house was a farmhouse originally, and it has been sympathetically restored, to reinstate its outstanding period features.
One focal point within the property is the central dining room with a minstrels’ gallery over, which accompanies a formal sitting room, a living room, and a breakfasting kitchen. There is a cloakroom with wet room off the entrance hall.
The kitchen is impressive, with high quality fixtures and fittings, and white granite worktops. There are some stunning fireplaces, cast iron radiators and exposed ceiling timbers throughout the property.
A large Minster stone fireplace features in the dining room, and Jerusalem stone flooring in both the kitchen and bathrooms.
Bathrooms - a main house one and an en-suite to the principal bedroom of four, are luxurious.
There is a utility room and kitchenette with bespoke units and integrated appliances, within the detached double garage, along with extensive parking space.
South-facing enclosed rear gardens are lawned with mature beds and borders, and have a stone flagged terrace, a barbeque area and a useful garden store.
The Old Court House within the village of Woolley is for sale with Jackson Stops for a price of £875,000. Call 01904 625033 for further details.