Water End, Holme-On-Spalding-Moor, York YO43

£675,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Dating back to circa 1850 Hackamore House is a characterful farmhouse which has been transformed and sympathetically extended into a delightful country home. The property is located on the edge of the well served village of Holme on Spalding Moor and benefits from extensive equestrian facilities including five and a half acres, eleven stables, all weather floodlit ménage and a range of other outbuildings. The property has two separate entrances with the house having a gated parking area while the other leads to the paddocks and stables.

This lovely home offers flexible accommodation which is also ideal for entertaining with an open plan kitchen/dining/family room with feature wood burning stove, study, library, wine cellar/pantry, music room, utility and wet room, large sun room and a 27ft sitting room with feature stove completes the ground floor. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, house bathroom and a superb master suite comprising en-suite bathroom with double ended bath, dressing room with bespoke fitted wardrobes and bedroom with a balcony enjoying far reaching rural views.

A must see property to be able to fully appreciate the versatility of the accommodation and opportunities the house and land can offer.

Entrance hallway

Entrance door with glazed side panels leading into entrance vestibule and through to hallway with stairs leading to first floor, dado rail and door to kitchen.

Sitting room

8.41m (27' 7") x 4.98m (16' 4")

A lovely light room accessed through glazed double doors from the central reception room with feature brick Inglenook fireplace with stove inset, two windows to side overlooking the formal garden and two further windows to the rear, two radiators, recessed ceiling spotlights.

Dining room

4.14m (13' 7") x 4.11m (13' 6")

Accessed through glazed double doors from the central reception room with bay window to front, fire surround with fireplace inset and patterned tile inserts, dado rail, coving and radiator.

Reception room

4.27m (14' 0")x 4.17m (13' 8")

A central reception area which links the main reception rooms within the house. Wall mounted electric fire, coving, dado rail, radiator and glazed double doors leading to:

Sun room

6.96m (22' 10") x 4.17m (13' 8")

French doors leading to the paved seating area and garden beyond, two windows to the side aspect, Bose speakers fitted in ceiling, coving and dado rail

breakfast kitchen

4.19m (13' 9") x 5.69m (18' 8")

A farmhouse style kitchen with beamed ceiling and a feature brick fireplace with stove inset and tiled hearth creating a fantastic focal point for the room. The kitchen comprises a range of fitted base and wall units with cream fronts, Oak work surfaces over and tiled splash backs, Belfast sink inset into work surface, integrated wine fridge, dishwasher, Rangemaster double oven with Rangemaster cooker hood over, two windows to rear aspect, slate tiled floor and doors to wine cellar/pantry, utility room and opening into:

Snug

4.14m (13' 7") x 3.43m (11' 3")

Opening directly from the kitchen with bay window to front aspect with window seat, beamed ceiling and dado rail.

Library / study

2.31m (7' 7") x 2.03m (6' 8")

Window to front aspect, dado rail and fitted shelving.

Wine cellar / pantry

2.92m (9' 7") x 2.54m (8' 4")

Steps leading down from the kitchen to the wine cellar which comprises of a range of bespoke base and wall units to include wine racks, integrated wine fridge and pantry cupboards.

Laundry room

4.04m (13' 3") x 3.45m (11' 4")

Fitted with a range of base and wall units with cream fronts and work surface over, single stainless steel sink with tiled splash back, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, tiled floor, window to rear aspect, door to rear porch and doors to study and:

Wet room

2.03m (6' 8") x 1.45m (4' 9")

A tiled wet room comprising of a shower, wc, wash basin and extractor fan.

Study

4.22m (13' 10") x 3.23m (10' 7")

Bay window to front aspect, radiator, exposed feature brick wall and ceiling beam.

First floor landing

Split level landing with radiator, ceiling coving and dado rail leading to bedrooms and bathroom. Stairs lead to the front landing with window to front and doors to bedrooms two and three.

Bedroom two

3.94m (12' 11") x 3.51m (11' 6")

A lovely dual aspect room with windows to the front and side, feature fireplace, ceiling coving, fitted wardrobe with cupboards above.

Bedroom three

4.01m (13' 2") x 3.94m (12' 11")

Window to front, ceiling coving, radiator, feature fireplace, fitted wardrobe with cupboards above.

Master bedroom suite

Comprising of:

Dressing room

4.47m (14' 8") x 3.76m (12' 4")

Fitted with an extensive range of bespoke furniture comprising of hanging rails, shelving, drawers and a Yamaha stereo CD and FM system with speakers fitted in the wardrobe ends, window to side, radiator, door to en suite and part glazed double doors leading to:

Bedroom one

5.82m (19' 1") x 4.17m (13' 8")

A light filled dual aspect room with two windows on each side and french doors leading to the balcony with far reaching rural views, radiator, ceiling coving and recessed spotlights

en suite

3.00m (9' 10") x 2.74m (9' 0")

Comprising of a white three piece suite incorporating a jacuzzi bath with central taps, part tiled walls, radiator and window to rear.

Bathroom

3.25m (10' 8") x 2.57m (8' 5")

Comprising of a free standing roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and high flush WC, radiator, feature fireplace and window to rear, cupboard housing hot water tank.

Bedroom four

5.51m (18' 1") x 2.57m (8' 5")

Accessed from steps leading down from the landing and comprising of window to front aspect, feature period style fireplace and radiator.

Outside

Hackamore House is situated on a substantial plot in excess of 5 acres. The property is approached via double wooden gates which lead to the gravelled parking area and house beyond. There is a covered parking shed, a workshop, log store and four stables overlooking the gated parking area. A pathway leads around to the rear of the property to the enclosed formal lawned garden and paved seating area with walled boundary to the front, the garden can also be accessed from the sun room. A further gated entrance to the far side of the property gives separate access to the paddocks and stables. The extensive equestrian facilities at the property comprise of an all weather floodlit menage, five acres of paddocks, eleven stables in total, tack room and rug room. The owners have also secured planning permission for a livery yard and riding school offering further potential to an already fantastic property.

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