Lancashire Properties - Old Hall, Yealand Conyers, Lancaster
PUBLISHED: 12:09 19 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:56 20 February 2013
An important residence in this well-known Quaker village with an original date stone of 1667. There is also some original glazing, part of which is etched with signatures such as 'Henry Hest June 24 1703.'
Where: Old Hall, Yealand Conyers, Lancashire
What: An important residence in this well-known Quaker village with an original date stone of 1667. There is also some original glazing, part of which is etched with signatures such as Henry Hest June 24 1703.
Inside: This period family home has five bedrooms, two of which have en suite facilities, a house bathroom, three excellent reception rooms each with plenty of character and two with open fires, a quality Smallbone fitted breakfast kitchen with Aga, together with laundry, cloaks and cellar.
Outside: The gardens and grounds of the Old Hall extend to approximately five acres, with formal gardens, stone outbuilding, orchard, sweeping lawns and walled paddock. This is an ideal amenity for buyers with equestrian interests. Additional barn converted in 2004 into an excellent contemporary working space with a planning use B2.
Guide price: 995,000
Contact: Fine & Country, Lancaster. 01524 380 560
The print version of this article appeared in the February 2012 issue of Lancashire Life
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