An attractive Grade II* Queen Ann town house, recently refurbished throughout and set within it’s own extensive and landscaped grounds with scope for further development. No onward chain.
A prominent and extensive Queen Anne residence, recently refurbished to an exceptionally high standard and set within its own private gardens. Bardney Hall has recently been run as a high-end boutique B&B and is suitable for either further expansion or to continue as a large private home.
This Grade II* property features a wealth of original and period features including stunning fireplaces, Ionic capitals and pillars, wooden panelling, beautiful sash windows and beautifully proportioned rooms. Bardney Hall was built as a private residence for William Gildas in the early 1700’s and still enjoys a spectacular facade and stunning elevations, expertly-landscaped grounds and sumptuous decor internally.
Accommodation briefly includes a drawing room, living room, breakfast room, kitchen, formal dining room, offices, 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 4 attic rooms and 2 wine cellars.
Filled with traditional character, Barton is an attractive and well-situated market town with Hull only a short drive up the A63, whilst nearby M180 motorway connections mean Leeds and Doncaster are easily reached by car. Grimsby is located south east in about 30 minutes. Barton-upon-Humber railway station provides additional transport links and for those needing to travel further afield, one has a choice of two airports: Robin Hood Airport is an hour away by car whilst Humberside Airport, with planes flying to destinations across Europe, is only fifteen minutes away.
The town itself provides a range of shops and services within a close-knit community. The town is home to not one, but two magnificent churches. Residents also benefit from Barton Dental Centre and GP services at the Central Surgery. The majority of shops are centred on the charming market place, with a range of independent retailers populating the town centre. Barton Shopping Centre is understandably popular with the locals and a range of popular high street names are available over the river in Hull’s Prospect Centre and Prince’s Quay complexes, whilst nearby Grimsby offers a further alternative shopping experience.
Within Barton there are local football, rugby and cricket clubs and the town is also home to a thriving group for experienced and novice sailors alike. Nearby Baysgarth Leisure Centre boasts a 25-metre swimming pool alongside a variety of keep-fit activities, martial arts classes and coaching sessions. There are also two cinemas and lovers of culture will enjoy Barton Arts Week. Held each summer, the festival celebrates a wide range of artistic endeavours in the town.
A number of good schools for students of all ages are located nearby, making it perfect for family living. There is a choice of primary education, with both Bowmandale and Castledyke schools, while older students are catered for by Hessle High School and Baysgarth School, whose high standards are above the national average.
Reception Hall –
Family Room – 5.51m (max) x 4.89m (18’0″ (max) x 16’0″) –
Drawing Room – 6.60m x 5.47m (21’7″ x 17’11”) –
Dining Room – 8.80m x 4.90m –
Breakfast Room – 4.86m x 4.28m (15’11” x 14’0″) –
Kitchen – 6.73m x 4.84m (22’0″ x 15’10”) –
Boiler/Laundry Room –
Office – 11.70m x 5.01m (38’4″ x 16’5″) –
Master Bedroom – 5.82m x 5.05m (19’1″ x 16’6″) –
Ensuite Bathroom – 4.99m x 2.85m (16’4″ x 9’4″) –
Ensuite Shower Room – 3.15m x 1.48m (10’4″ x 4’10”) –
Bedroom Two – 5.23m x 4.97m (17’1″ x 16’3″) –
Bedroom Three – 5.53m x 4.87m (18’1″ x 15’11”) –
Family Bathroom – 3.48m x 2.62m (11’5″ x 8’7″) –
Bedroom Four – 4.88m x 4.31m (16’0″ x 14’1″) –
Bedroom Five – 4.83m x 3.86m (15’10” x 12’7″) –
Shower Room –
Bedroom Six – 6.10m x 4.63m (20’0″ x 15’2″) –
Dressing Room – 3.50m x 2.44m (11’5″ x 8’0″) –
Ensuite – 3.70m x 2.44m (12’1″ x 8’0″) –
Attic Room One – 5.92m (max) x 5.28m (19’5″ (max) x 17’3″) –
Attic Room Two – 5.77m x 4.08m (18’11” x 13’4″) –
Attic Room Three – 4.26m x 4.07m (13’11” x 13’4″) –
Attic Room Four – 4.14m x 3.72m (13’6″ x 12’2″) –
Attic Room Five – 5.20m x 4.11m (17’0″ x 13’5″) –
Attic Room Six – 4.58m x 4.07m (15’0″ x 13’4″) –
The Hall enjoys two access points, both through electric gates, onto a gravelled driveway that sweeps between the front lawn and the impressive front facade. The gravelled driveway continues to a large hedged turning circle and a side drive that can accommodate multiple vehicles.
The rear of the property is equally as impressive with a paved terrace and large lawns with side beds with a plethora of flowers, shrubs and trees. A walled garden accommodates an attractive path with additional flower beds leading from a greenhouse and potting shed up towards a raised and paved barbecue area. A dedicated multiple vegetable patch is located towards the eastern boundary.
A detached folly is located within the grounds which is suitable as a pleasant garden room and is currently used as a home office. The vendors currently have enjoyed an informal arrangement for the use of a large paddock directly east of the formal gardens. A large integral garage is located to the rear of the property and is suitable for further development (subject to planning).
Please note that the property currently benefits from planning consent to convert the extensive office into additional bedroom suites. There is additional scope to add value by renovating the attic rooms into additional bedrooms and bathrooms (subject to planning).
Method Of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.
Drafted and photographs taken following clients’ instructions of June 2018.
Strictly by prior arrangement with the Agents (01522 716204).
For further details, please contact Mount & Minster, Lincoln:
T: 01522 716204
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Bardney Hall, Whitecross Street, Barton-upon-Humber, UK