'Leckhampton House' is a magnificent 6 bedroom detached house built in the 1930's standing in about 4.25 acres of private gardens and adjoining fields, all of which enjoy unrivalled elevated views across open countryside and Almscliffe Crag.
With UPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating the property comprises in brief reception hall with feature Oak panelled walls. Cloakroom. Living room with a stone fireplace and gas fire. Ceiling cornice and wall lights. French doors leading to the gardens. Dining room with Oak floors and double doors leading to the main reception hall. Snug, solid Oak breakfast kitchen with integrated appliances, granite work surfaces and tiled floors. Pantry. Side entrance, gardeners wc, boot room and utility room. First floor landing with a feature circular porthole style window. Airing cupboard, 6 family bedrooms, six of which have wardrobes, two partially marble tiled bathrooms and a separate wc.
The private grounds of 'Leckhampton House' extend to about 4.25 acres in total and are one of it's main attributes, offering total privacy and enjoying stunning views across open countryside towards Almscliffe Crag. A private driveway leads to a large driveway. Detached double garage. Front flagged patios ideal for entertaining. Vegetable garden, greenhouse and orchard. Adjoining the house and formal gardens, there is about 2.25 acres of agricultural land, with three timber stables and a barn, this offers an equestrian interest to the property.
DEVELOPMENT VALUE CLAWBACK
The adjoining approx. 2.25 acres of land to the house will be subject to an Overage Agreement whereby on the granting of planning consent for any use other than that of agriculture or equestrian, for a period of 25 years from the completion of the sale, the sellers will be entitled to receive a sum amounting to 50% of the increase in value of the property which arises from the granting of planning consent.