Thorner Lodge, Sandhills, Thorner, Leeds, LS14 3DE | Property for sale | Savills
408.31 sq m
Guide price £1,495,000(89,223,569 EGP)

Thorner LodgeSandhills, Thorner, Leeds, LS14 3DE


    Key features

    • One of Thorner's finest period houses
    • Edge of village setting with open views and abundant wildlife
    • Extensive accommodation extending to around 4400 square feet
    • Three reception rooms, six bedrooms
    • Five car garage with rooms above extending to 1186 square feet
    • Potential to convert into an annexed property
    • Around an acre of mature gardens
    • Excellent local facilities and connectivity

    An impressive period York stone village residence, with a substantial garage block and substantial mature gardens bordered by open countryside

    About this property

    • The sale of Thorner Lodge offers a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial and spectacular family home. The property sits within beautiful private formal gardens bounded by a small stream together with an orchard all enjoying views over open greenbelt countryside. There is also a separate stone built garage block with first floor rooms suitable for conversion to residential accommodation or a home office, subject to the necessary consents.

      The property occupies an established position in the small agricultural hamlet of Sandhills on the southern fringe of the sought after village of Thorner. The principal dwelling extends to almost 4,400 square feet, and has a wealth of original character features. The ground floor accommodation comprises a suite of reception rooms, two of the rooms, one with open fire, are connected by double doors and offer a generous and inviting entertainment space, facing south with French doors opening into the garden and views across the lawn to two spectacular Copper Beeches and open countryside beyond. The third spacious reception room on the north side also enjoys an open fire and attractive views over the lawns and flower beds towards the orchard. The hallway leads to these reception rooms, a cloakroom and WC, kitchen and utility room as well to the storage cellars. The fitted kitchen and equally well-proportioned utility room could readily be combined to form a large open plan living kitchen if required.

      At first floor level the principal bedroom has an en-suite dressing room and bath/shower room and there are then 5 further spacious double bedrooms and a house bathroom.

      The property is approached through electric wrought iron entrance gates, down a sweeping gravel driveway into a rear courtyard providing ample parking for numerous vehicles in turn giving access to a stone built detached garage block, providing garaging for up to 5 cars and an internal staircase giving access to first floor accommodation ideally suited for a home office suite. The garage block was a textile mill, dating from the mid-18th century, around which the hamlet of Sandhills was established.

      An outstanding feature of Thorner Lodge are the beautiful established and private formal gardens with extensive lawns, borders, stone terracing, vegetable, and soft fruit walled garden, in all extending to just under an acre. The front lawn continues to the north into an arboretum, dotted with specimen trees, bordered by a stone wall to the west and open countryside to the east. The property is bounded to the southeast and northeast by a meandering stream and greenbelt open countryside which is home to a great variety of wildlife, including kingfisher, woodpecker, deer and heron.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A rare opportunity to acquire one of Thorner's finest period stone built residences, complete with a five car garage and around an acre of mature gardens overlooking open green belt.

    Ed StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • Thorner supports a broad range of amenities, sports clubs, a general store, two public houses, a restaurant as well as a highly regarded primary school. The Grammar School at Leeds, in Alwoodley and Gateways School at Harewood are both within easy reach. The market town of Wetherby is only 15 minutes' drive from the property offering a wide range of amenities including supermarkets, shops and further recreational facilities.
    • There is excellent access to the principal Yorkshire centres of Leeds, Harrogate and York with the A1(M) and A64 motorways 3 miles to the east and the M1 and regional motorway infrastructure 6 miles to the south.
    • Directions - LS14 3DE:
    • Travelling west from the A1(M) along Thorner Road and Bramham Road continue for approximately 3 miles and enter Thorner village down Church Hill. Continue through the centre of the village along Main Street passing ‘The Beehive' restaurant and Thorner Cricket Club on the left and Thorner Lodge is then approximately a further 500 yards, also on the left hand side.
    • Photography from June 2022
    • Please note all distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Leeds City Council
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H