Presented to the market is this impressive Grade ll listed Georgian Hall which was built circa 1823 for Thomas Firth, a Quaker Philanthropist whose portrait hangs on the landing. Retaining a wealth of period features throughout such as ionic fluted columns, feature wall panelling, high ceilings, sash windows and cornicing.
Access is gained into the residence via a private driveway which serves properties within the Toothill estate and is lined with Cherry Blossom trees leading to the gated entrance of Toothill Hall providing access to the house and grounds, detached garage and turning circle. The handsome ashlar stone fronted property is set within approximately one acre of established formal landscaped gardens perfect for those seeking a home that is ideal for regular entertaining.
Internally the accommodation briefly comprises; grand entrance hall, formal lounge, WC, snug, dining room and breakfast kitchen to the ground floor. An enclosed staircase leads down to the generous cellar rooms with two vaulted areas used by the current owners as home offices. The first floor galleried landing gives access to the bathroom, four double bedrooms with the principal and guest bedrooms enjoying Jack and Jill bathroom.
Located a short distance away is the quaint gate Lodge, comprising; hallway, sitting room, potential kitchen area and WC to the first floor. Steps lead down to the sub-level bedroom and potential ensuite/dressing area. Enjoying its own private drive and lawned gardens offering potential purchasers the opportunity to adapt to suit their individual requirements whether that be a teenage/guest suite for extended family, workspace for those looking to work from home or to provide rental income it offers a fantastic opportunity.
Tenure – Freehold
Council Tax – G – Calderdale