An extremely rare opportunity to rent this substantial Grade ll listed period home which set within approximately one acre of beautifully maintained gardens.
The Old Vicarage offers a rare opportunity to rent a substantial period home which represents one of the finest examples of family accommodation within the extremely pretty and historical village of Harewood.
The Old Vicarage extends to approximately 3000 sqft and offers an impressive array of individual and charming features, coupled with a rich and interesting history.
The Old Vicarage displays charming accommodation at every turn and manages to retain much of the buildings original character. Having remained under The Church Commissioners ownership until 1975,
The property comprise of a solid oak doorway, which opens to reveal a magnificent entrance hallway – which acts as a centrum to the entire ground floor. Progressing further into the property, this delightful home begins to provide a glimpse of its most charming history. A formal sitting room displays a superior bay window that incorporates ‘French Style’ patio doors that provide access to the extensive grounds beyond. The sitting room further opens onto the separate dining room, which in turn leads to the delightful family room that embraces a sunny south facing aspect across the mature gardens. Further ground floor accommodation includes an attractive breakfast kitchen boasting a gas fired AGA, a useful store room and guest W.C.. Leading from the entrance hallway, a solid oak staircase provides access to all the first-floor accommodation. The master bedroom features patio doors that lead to a private roof terrace where a southern and open aspect can be thoroughly enjoyed. There are four further good size bedrooms and two well-appointed bathrooms. A additional smaller stairwell between the ground and first floor is located towards the rear of the property and is thought to have been utilised by the house servants during the days of church ownership.
The grounds of The Old Vicarage extend to approximately one acre and are approached via a shared driveway which leads down the side of the property to a detached double garage. The gardens of this home lay predominately to the side and 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 family room, enjoys a sunny south facing aspect and provides an ideal space for al fresco dining. There are several further out houses which can be employed for a variety of purposes, as well as a full sized and functional tennis court.
The property is located in the prime and highly sought-after village of Harewood which is conveniently placed between Leeds and Harrogate. Harewood village offers several local amenities that includes; a thriving village hall which hosts several social events, a bustling coffee shop, the renowned Harewood Arms, an excellent primary school and a doctors surgery. Village residents also benefit from annual membership to Harewood House Estate. The village is well placed to several popular private educational facilities which includes Gateways School of Harewood, The Grammar School at Leeds and Ashville College in Harrogate. The village is well placed for access to the A1M opening up the national motorway network. Leeds Bradford Airport is approximately 9 miles away providing regular domestic and international flights. The surrounding cities and towns offer renowned shopping and recreational amenities all within easy driving distance of the famous Yorkshire Dales.
The Old Vicarage is a truly marvellous period home and one which must be viewed to be fully appreciated
Bond = £2884.62
Council Tax H
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