Asking Price

£1,350,000

Church Causeway, Thorp Arch, LS23 7 Bedroom Detached House

Originally constructed in 1904, The Old Vicarage offers a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial period ... home which represents one of the finest examples of family accommodation within the extremely pretty village of Thorp Arch. The Old Vicarage extends to approximately 4000 sq ft and offers an impressive array of individual and charming features, coupled with a rich and interesting history. The Old Vicarage really is a superb example of the Arts and Crafts Movement The Old Vicarage displays charming accommodation at almost every turn and manages to retain much of the buildings original character. Having remained under church ownership until 1977, The Old Vicarage was subsequently sold at auction and transformed in to this most wonderful family home. Greeted through a solid oak entrance doorway, that opens to a magnificent reception hallway - acting as the centrum to the entire ground floor, the property features; a formal sitting room with a wonderful fireplace which encompasses the original servant bells and provides an outstanding central focal point, a formal dining room, study, a magnificent hand crafted breakfast kitchen which opens on to the morning room providing an open aspects across the rear grounds, utility with pantry and rear lobby to the ground floor. From the reception hallway, access can be gained to the extensive cellar rooms and the first floor accommodation which consists of the principle master suite, three further bedrooms, shower room and house bathroom. To the second floor there are three further bedrooms all of which provide generous proportions. The grounds of The Old Vicarage extend to approximately 0.9 acres and are approached via a sweeping driveway which leads to the front of the property and detached double garage. The gardens of this home lay predominately rear and have been carefully planned and landscaped with many mature plants, trees and hedges which all ensure a wonderful sense of privacy. A stone terrace, accessed directly from the morning room and rear lobby, enjoys a sunny south facing aspect and provides an ideal space for al fresco dining. There are several further out houses and separate stable block ideal for the equestrian. Thorp Arch is a very attractive village situated on the north bank of the River Wharfe adjacent to the village of Boston Spa. Only some 4 miles from the Market Town of Wetherby and easy car commuting distance of Leeds, York and Harrogate with the A1/M1 link road nearby. The Old Vicarage is a truly marvellous period home and one which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

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Key Features

  • A charming period home
  • A superb example of Arts and Crafts
  • Three reception rooms
  • A wonderful hand crafted kitchen
  • Seven bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Set within approximately 0.9 acres
  • Extensive cellar and out buildings
  • EPC Rating E

Description

Originally constructed in 1904, The Old Vicarage offers a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial period home which represents one of the finest examples of family accommodation within the extremely pretty village of Thorp Arch. The Old Vicarage extends to approximately 4000 sq ft and offers an impressive array of individual and charming features, coupled with a rich and interesting history. The Old Vicarage really is a superb example of the Arts and Crafts Movement

The Old Vicarage displays charming accommodation at almost every turn and manages to retain much of the buildings original character. Having remained under church ownership until 1977, The Old Vicarage was subsequently sold at auction and transformed in to this most wonderful family home. Greeted through a solid oak entrance doorway, that opens to a magnificent reception hallway - acting as the centrum to the entire ground floor, the property features; a formal sitting room with a wonderful fireplace which encompasses the original servant bells and provides an outstanding central focal point, a formal dining room, study, a magnificent hand crafted breakfast kitchen which opens on to the morning room providing an open aspects across the rear grounds, utility with pantry and rear lobby to the ground floor. From the reception hallway, access can be gained to the extensive cellar rooms and the first floor accommodation which consists of the principle master suite, three further bedrooms, shower room and house bathroom. To the second floor there are three further bedrooms all of which provide generous proportions.

The grounds of The Old Vicarage extend to approximately 0.9 acres and are approached via a sweeping driveway which leads to the front of the property and detached double garage. The gardens of this home lay predominately rear and have been carefully planned and landscaped with many mature plants, trees and hedges which all ensure a wonderful sense of privacy. A stone terrace, accessed directly from the morning room and rear lobby, enjoys a sunny south facing aspect and provides an ideal space for al fresco dining. There are several further out houses and separate stable block ideal for the equestrian.

Thorp Arch is a very attractive village situated on the north bank of the River Wharfe adjacent to the village of Boston Spa. Only some 4 miles from the Market Town of Wetherby and easy car commuting distance of Leeds, York and Harrogate with the A1/M1 link road nearby.

The Old Vicarage is a truly marvellous period home and one which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

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