Four-bedroom house is part of the historic Snydale Hall

Thursday, 14th March 2019, 11:51 am
Updated Thursday, 14th March 2019, 12:00 pm

This captivating family home on New Road, with stylish and deceptively spacious accommodation over three levels, is situated on the fringe of the village of Old Snydale, near PontefractIt forms part of the former Snydale Hall which was once the home of John Rhodes, the owner of Prince of Wales Colliery and nine-times mayor of Pontefract between 1880-1891.With an oil-fired central heating system, this stunning period home has a spacious living room spanning the front of the property. This is a grand room with mullioned windows taking full advantage of the views over the gardens and has a feature fireplace with marbled surround and hearth housing a cast iron multi-fuel stove.To the rear there is a dining kitchen fitted with an attractive range of bespoke wood-fronted wall and base units with matching display cabinets and solid wood butchers block-style worktops incorporating a drainer and Belfast sink unit.Taking pride of place is a magnificent four-oven Esse range cooker with two permanent hobs and four halogen hobs. There is also space for a tall fridge freezer.To the first floor there are two well-proportioned bedrooms, bedroom one with an ornate ceiling cornice; plus a luxurious bathroom with a five-piece period-style suite comprising free standing roll top slipper-style ball and claw foot bath, wide shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, high-level flush WC and a bidet.There are two further bedrooms on the second floor.There is a garden area to the front together with a parking/turning area, garage and a further enclosed lawned garden.To the immediate rear of the house, there is a shared courtyard garden beyond which is a further allotment-style area of land plus a chicken run, all subject to a possessory title.The property is on the market with Richard Kendall Estate Agent with a guide price of £300,000-£325,000.For more details call the Pontefract Office on 01977 798844.