Dating back to 1606, Kirkby Grange Hall was built by Sir Richard Ashton and has historic links back to the English Civil War which today offers a most remarkable characterful family home blessed with an array of period features including exposed stone walls, stone mullion windows and exposed beams.
Dating back to 1606, Kirkby Grange Hall was built by Sir Richard Ashton and has historic links back to the English Civil War which today offers a most remarkable characterful family home blessed with an array of period features including exposed stone walls, stone mullion windows and exposed beams. Situated in a most charming hamlet of high end properties, surrounded by open countryside and rolling hills it is also an ideal commuter location with the M1 Motorway only 5 miles away accessing Leeds 18 miles, Sheffield 23 miles and Manchester 34 miles whilst Wakefield Train station is only 8 miles away and offers a direct service to Kings Cross London taking only 1hr 45 minutes.

The interior is simply stunning which is best conveyed by our photographs and floor plan with the two highlights being the impossibly beautiful drawing room with its cavernous fireplace hosting the cast iron stove and sumptuous panelling to walls in addition to the captivating master bedroom suite with its two vast banks of stone mullion windows to two elevations which frame delightful views. The formal dining room, given the size of the dining kitchen would also make an ideal study or snug sitting room which has a quant terrace running off it. To the second floor the bedroom would also split to create both a double bedroom and separate study for those that work from home.

Externally Kirkby Grange Hall has equal appeal with its sweeping gated driveway, extensive verdant lawned gardens with fabulous far reaching views, alfresco dining patio and large detached stone garage with adjoining store.