Asking price

£925,000

5 bedroom Semi Detached House for sale, Gildersome, Leeds, LS27

Gelderd Road

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Property ref: MOR240021

Council Tax: Leeds City Council Band E
Tenure: Freehold
  • Farm House, Stables & Land
  • Five Bed Farm House
  • 22 Acres of Farm Land
  • Kennels & Cattery Business
  • Livery Yard with 30 Stables
  • Floodlit Manege & Jumping Paddock

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*** RESIDENTIAL FARM WITH FIVE BEDROOM FARM HOUSE *** OVER 22 ACRES OF LAND *** LIVERY YARD WITH 30 STABLES *** PREVIOUSLY ESTABLISHED KENNELS & CATTERY BUISNESS *** RANGE OF MODERN & TRADITIONAL BUILDINGS *** VACANT POSSESSION & NO CHAIN ***

Property Details
An exciting opportunity to acquire a residential farm strategically located on the edge of the village of Gildersome and less than 4 miles to the south-west of Leeds City Centre with ready access to the M621 and M62. The farmstead stands in a prominent and elevated position giving far-reaching views over the city of Leeds and the surrounding countryside. The property comprises: • Five-bedroom farmhouse • Freehold interest in x2 two-bedroom flats and x2 one-bedroom flats, all let on a long leasehold basis • Range of modern and traditional buildings •Kennels and cattery formally licenced for 43 dogs and 45 cats • A DIY livery yard with 30 stables, a floodlit manège, and separate jumping paddock • Strategically located grazing land adjoining the village of Gildersome • In total approx. 22.6 acres (8.97 hectares).

Farm House
The farm house itself is understood to date back to the 1700s. It is stone built and semi detached connected to the 4 rental flats on one side. The accommodation over three floors briefly comprises: Porch with WC, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, hallway, two formal reception rooms, four first floor bedrooms and house bathroom, master bedroom to the second floor with en-suite bathroom. Measurements and farm house layout visible on floorplan.

Equestrian Facilities
Stone & Brick Building - Part stone and part brick built building under a tile roof with brick tile floor. On the ground floor, this building comprises three stables and a separate tack room. There is an external metal staircase to the first floor which comprises a store and common room. Store - Concrete block rendered building under a monopitch sheet roof. The building comprises three stables and a store for hay/ straw. Eastern Yard - To the east of the farmstead is a concrete stable yard with two sets of block-built stables all under sheet roofing. In all there are fourteen stables together with a store. Southern Building - To the south of the Eastern Yard lies a traditional brick building under a sheet roof set over two floors. To the ground floor is four stables whilst the first floor, accessed via an external timber staircase, comprises a common room. Manege - A 25m x 35m rubber, woodchip and sand surfaced external floodlit manège is located to the south-west of the farmstead.

Cattery
Traditional brick building under an aluminium sheet roof with timber cladding. The building is single storey and comprises a small kitchen/office area together with two cattery rooms.

Kennels
The dog kennels are located on the north of the site within a range of traditional buildings. The buildings are of brick construction with concrete floor, sheet roofing and impressive exposed timbers. Each kennel has access to an individual enclosed external area. Gilead House Farm has previously held a licence from Leeds City Council to provide boarding for a maximum of 45 cats and 43 dogs at any one time. This licence expired in late 2023 and would therefore need to be renewed.

Garage Block
Traditional brick building under a tile roof comprising a garage and four stables. The building is accessed from the main yard with plastic rainwater goods and a concrete floor.

Agricultural
There are two large steel portal framed buildings/barn to accommodate a large quantity of hay or straw bales.

Land
The pasture land lies either side of the hardcore drive. The land extends to approx. 22.6 acres in four fields sloping gently up from the A62 towards the farmstead. The fields to the west adjoin the village of Gildersome and the southern boundary of the land adjoins the A62. The northern boundary of the land is Hawthorne Close. The land is all currently used for the grazing of horses together with a jumping paddock.

Leasehold Flats
The Flats within Gilead House Farm are let on a long leasehold basis. The owner of Gilead House Farm owns the Freehold to these flats. Each flat has a 999 year lease started approx. 30 years ago. There is a peppercorn ground rent for each flat.

Picture Room Notes
Property DetailsAn exciting opportunity to acquire a residential farm strategically located on the edge of the village of Gildersome and less than 4 miles to the south-west of Leeds City Centre with ready access to the M621 and M62. The farmstead stands in a prominent and elevated position giving far-reaching views over the city of Leeds and the surrounding countryside.The property comprises: • Five-bedroom farmhouse • Freehold interest in x2 two-bedroom flats and x2 one-bedroom flats, all let on a long leasehold basis • Range of modern and traditional buildings •Kennels and cattery formally licenced for 43 dogs and 45 cats • A DIY livery yard with 30 stables, a floodlit manège, and separate jumping paddock • Strategically located grazing land adjoining the village of Gildersome • In total approx. 22.6 acres (8.97 hectares).
Farm HouseThe farm house itself is understood to date back to the 1700s. It is stone built and semi detached connected to the 4 rental flats on one side. The accommodation over three floors briefly comprises: Porch with WC, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, hallway, two formal reception rooms, four first floor bedrooms and house bathroom, master bedroom to the second floor with en-suite bathroom. Measurements and farm house layout visible on floorplan.
Equestrian FacilitiesStone & Brick Building - Part stone and part brick built building under a tile roof with brick tile floor. On the ground floor, this building comprises three stables and a separate tack room. There is an external metal staircase to the first floor which comprises a store and common room.Store - Concrete block rendered building under a monopitch sheet roof. The building comprises three stables and a store for hay/ straw.Eastern Yard - To the east of the farmstead is a concrete stable yard with two sets of block-built stables all under sheet roofing. In all there are fourteen stables together with a store.Southern Building - To the south of the Eastern Yard lies a traditional brick building under a sheet roof set over two floors. To the ground floor is four stables whilst the first floor, accessed via an external timber staircase, comprises a common room.Manege - A 25m x 35m rubber, woodchip and sand surfaced external floodlit manège is located to the south-west of the farmstead.
CatteryTraditional brick building under an aluminium sheet roof with timber cladding. The building is single storey and comprises a small kitchen/office area together with two cattery rooms.
KennelsThe dog kennels are located on the north of the site within a range of traditional buildings. The buildings are of brick construction with concrete floor, sheet roofing and impressive exposed timbers. Each kennel has access to an individual enclosed external area. Gilead House Farm has previously held a licence from Leeds City Council to provide boarding for a maximum of 45 cats and 43 dogs at any one time. This licence expired in late 2023 and would therefore need to be renewed.
Garage BlockTraditional brick building under a tile roof comprising a garage and four stables. The building is accessed from the main yard with plastic rainwater goods and a concrete floor.
AgriculturalThere are two large steel portal framed buildings/barn to accommodate a large quantity of hay or straw bales.
LandThe pasture land lies either side of the hardcore drive. The land extends to approx. 22.6 acres in four fields sloping gently up from the A62 towards the farmstead. The fields to the west adjoin the village of Gildersome and the southern boundary of the land adjoins the A62. The northern boundary of the land is Hawthorne Close. The land is all currently used for the grazing of horses together with a jumping paddock.
Leasehold FlatsThe Flats within Gilead House Farm are let on a long leasehold basis. The owner of Gilead House Farm owns the Freehold to these flats. Each flat has a 999 year lease started approx. 30 years ago. There is a peppercorn ground rent for each flat.

IMPORTANT NOTE TO POTENTIAL PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All photographs and measurements have been taken as a guide only and are not precise. Floor plans where included are not to scale and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

Energy Efficiency Rating

Very energy efficient - lower running costs

(92 plus) A
(81 - 91) B
(69 - 80) C
(55 - 68) D
(39 - 54) E
(21 - 38) F
(1 - 20) G

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Current

63

Potential

89

CO2 Rating

Very energy efficient - lower running costs

(92 plus) A
(81 - 91) B
(69 - 80) C
(55 - 68) D
(39 - 54) E
(21 - 38) F
(1 - 20) G

Not energy efficient - higher running costs

Current

63

Potential

89

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