Savills | Hillings Lane, Menston, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 6AU | New homes for sale
11,702 sq ft(1,087.15 sq m)
Offers over £2,500,000

Hillings LaneMenston, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 6AU


    Key features

    • Incredible state of the art unique contemporary home
    • Two/Three bed guest lodge
    • Spectacular views across land and open countryside
    • Standing in about twelve acres
    • Particularly private but close to amenities

    A spectacular contemporary home built in the former Hawksworth Moor Reservoir, on the edge of Ilkley Moor.

    About this property

    • This unique home extends to over 12,000sqft of striking, cutting edge architecture, the accommodation based around three individual structures - The main family home, the guest lodge and extensive garaging with home office and gym above - all surrounding a central courtyard nestled within the original stone walls of the reservoir.

      Reservoir house is a sensational property concealed behind a considerable sliding electric gate, revealing the quadruple garaging and expansive parking.

      Upon entry to the main family home is an impressive open plan living dining kitchen, with bespoke handmade kitchen, designed and created by a local company, Secret Drawer based in Skipton. Designed with family and entertaining in mind, there is an eight seater island unit, Miele appliances including; four steam ovens, microwave combination oven, coffee machine, two integrated dishwashers, fridge freezer, twin induction hobs and induction wok, tepan plate and Quooker boiling tap.

      There is a separate dining area with sliding doors opening out on to the south facing sun terrace with views over the courtyard. On the north side of the kitchen is a smaller patio area with built in pizza oven. On the other side of the internal hallway there is a separate living area with bi-folding doors leading out on to the sun terrace.

      From the living room there are stairs leading up to the games rooms, with a glass galleried balcony, on a mezzanine level above the kitchen, with 360 degree panoramic views over Wharfedale towards Armscliffe Cragg and The Chevin.

      On the lower ground floor is the generous principal bedroom suite with stunning en suite bathroom boasting twin waterfall showers and a separate bath, in addition there is a considerable walk in wardrobe and bi-folding doors opening. There are three further double bedrooms all with en suites and access on to the courtyard.

      Furthermore there is an incredible sound proofed cinema room with a 4K Projector and Dolby Atmos Onkyo Sound system.

      The property benefits from a full Control4 LED based lighting and audio system and NIBE ground source heat pump, hot water system, heat recovery system and underfloor heating. There are plenty of storage rooms, a laundry room, utility/boot room.

      The self-contained annexe is opposite the main house with views of the courtyard, there are two/three bedrooms, three shower rooms and an open plan living/kitchen, an ideal layout for a dependant relative or guests.

      The quadruple garaging with plant room, offers above an extensive home office/ studio with separate kitchen. There is a gym with golf simulator/range, shower room and WC.

      Beyond the property there are about twelve acres of private land with spectacular views.

      Planning is granted for a swimming pool on the land to the side of the property.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is one exceptional house that offers so much.

    Edward StoyleProperty agent

    Local information

    • The nearby spa town of Ilkley is renowned for its superb range of retail and culinary service, as well as numerous sports clubs, including golf, rugby, tennis and squash. There is also a direct train service to Leeds and from there to London Kings Cross. Leeds Bradford Airport is about six miles away.
    • The picturesque town of Ilkley (about four miles) is situated in the Wharfe Valley, at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales. The former spa town rose to fame in the nineteenth century when thousands visited for the fresh invigorating air and first class hotels. The town may no longer be a premier health resort but it is still renowned for its fresh air, moorland and beautiful countryside with a selection of quality accommodation.
    • The town is famous for its moor and you'll find fantastic countryside and walks for all abilities on your doorstep. The town is also home to one of the largest cycling clubs in the country. There are excellent restaurants and independent shops selling everything from gifts to vintage clothes and books. Enjoy afternoon tea at the famous Bettys Cafe and Tea Rooms or enjoy one of the many events which take place throughout the year, such as Ilkley Literature Festival, Ilkley Summer Festival and Real Food Ilkley Markets.
    • Please note all distances are approximate.
    • Photography from October 2020.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = B