- Substantial stone country residence
- Impressive and generous linked 2 bedroom annexe
- Elegant courtyard
- Portal framed American style stabling, covered turn out area
- Horse walker and Arena
- Paddocks and meadowland - approx. 60 acres
- Mature mixed woodland
- Total site approx. 312 acres
- Excellent transport netwok
Fine combination of substantial stone farm house, ancillary annexe, courtyard, equestrian facilities, all secluded in an enclave bordered by mature woodland, in all approx. 312 acres,
About this property
The property is situated on the periphery of Edlington Wood, a residential area to the west of Doncaster. The property is ideally located for commuting throughout the South Yorkshire
conurbation and beyond.
The A1M is a short car journey away, which provides access to the wider motorway network. Doncaster has a direct rail service into London Kings Cross with some trains under 1.45 hrs. Air travel
is convenient via Doncaster Sheffield international airport, with Leeds Bradford and Nottingham East Midlands a little further afield. The area is served by a good provision of leisure amenities and
educational facilities (both state and independent).
Edlington Wood House delivers a fine combination of substantial stone built farmhouse with ancillary two bedroom annexe living style arrangement in a wonderful courtyard setting together with equestrian facilities and land, all secluded within an enclave bordered by mature woodland.
The main house permits formal entertaining as well as relaxed
living space and is linked by a series of outbuildings including laundry and tack room to the self-contained single storey annex. As such, the property suits multi-generational living, staff, home working, etc.
The house extends to approximately 3700 ft2 and the annex to approximately 1650 ft².
The equine facilities lie immediately west of the main house with eight stables in an American style barn format, inclusive of wash box and covered turn out area. Just outside is an automated Monarch horse walker (available by separate negotiation). There is an outdoor all-weather arena with three turn out paddocks immediately adjacent, beyond are further meadows suitable for grazing, mowing or further equine development, subject to all statutory consents. In all the grassland extends to approximately 60 acres.
The house and equine facilities sit centrally within a large area of woodland encompassing the property on all sides; the woodland is mature, mixed and forms a wonderful back drop. The total site area is approximately 312 acres (subject to measured site survey).
Edlington Wood House
The house sits in an elevated position significantly extended and improved over the years. Ground floor accommodation includes a high specification kitchen, cellar/pantry, snug with fireplace, large entrance hall with galleried landing and W/C off, large sitting room/
entertaining and dining area, complete with fireplace.
The first floor includes a family bathroom, located off the landing area, and five double bedrooms with a principal bedroom including en-suite and dressing room area.
To the east of the property is a large parking area, with lawned gardens and carriage sweep to the south elevation, the north is an enclosed courtyard framed by the Annex.
The Annex is single storey property with a large high specification kitchen/dining room, principal bedroom with en-suite, a second bedroom with WC and shower adjacent. There is a further entertaining/living room space together with a small office. The remainder of the courtyard area includes a tack room and further WC with additional storage areas.
Equestrian facilities and Land
To the west of the courtyard is a steel portal framed building with fibre cement roof, enclosed by stone and brick walls, internally this is divided in to eight stables including wash box. This also includes a covered turnout area and an open internal covered courtyard. To the south of the stable building is a covered Monarch automated electric horse walker (available by separate negotiation). A wooded grazing area separates the properties from the outdoor all weather arena to the south, beyond this are three small turnout paddocks
and three large grass fields. The grassland area totals approximately 60 acres, which can be used for either grazing
The woodland surrounds the property on all sides providing a hideaway quality, this gently undulates with mature mixed species sheltering the grassland areas. The woodland has potential to be a significant source of income (subject to felling consents) whilst also providing a very attractive approach and private setting.
Woodland currently benefits from a number of taxation reliefs. Income tax is currently not paid on income and profit from commercial timber sales. Under current inheritance tax rules 100% Business Property Relief may apply to commercially managed woodlands. For more detailed advice on how beneficial woodland ownership can be we advise buyers to speak to an accountant familiar with woodland ownership.
The freehold of the property is offered for sale with vacant possession, subject to a telecommunications mast lease, copy
tenancy agreement and income detail is available on request
from the selling agents.
Rights of Way, Easements & Wayleaves
The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity and all other rights and obligations, easements, quasi easements, quasi rights, licences, privileges and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for electricity, drainage, water and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.
Mains electricity, mains water supply and private drainage.
Civic Office, Waterdale,
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3BU
There is a small monument in the parking area dated 1714
for Robert Molesworth M.P. in memory of his dog - Grade II
Listed - UID 1193050.
Within the woodlands to the north are the remains of
Edlington Wood Roman settlement - Scheduled Monument -
List Entry Number - 1004824.
In the woodlands south of the House is an historic earth
working know as Double Dyke - Scheduled Monument - List
Entry Number - 1004834.
Edlington Wood is designated as Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Subsidies & Grants
We understand the land is registered on the Rural Land
Registry (RLR) and Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)
Entitlements are held and claimed by the vendors. These may
be available by separate negotiation. There are no known
Woodland Grant Schemes.
Sporting & Fishing Rights
The sporting and fishing rights are in hand and included in the
sale insofar as they are owned.
The mines and minerals are included in the sale insofar as
they are owned.
Council Tax and Business Rates
Edlington Wood House - Band C
Energy Performance Certificates
Edlington Wood House - Band E
Edlington Wood House Annex - Band E
Method of sale
Edlington Wood House is offered for sale by private treaty as
a whole, offers for part may be considered. All prospective
purchasers are encouraged to register their interest with
Savills and Brown & Co.
Strictly by appointment through Brown & Co.
DN12 1EP - accessed via Broomhouse Lane
Health and Safety
Given the potential hazards would ask you to be as vigilant
as possible when inspecting for your own personal safety, in
particular around the woodlands.
Date of Information
Particulars prepared - September 2021
Photographs taken - August & September 2021
Reference - 210920JB/WD/JM