Slade Hooton, Laughton, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S25 1YQ | Property for sale | Savills
5,536 sq ft(514.31 sq m)
Asking price £2,000,000(€2,280,422)

Slade HootonLaughton, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S25 1YQ

    Key features

    • Grade II* listed property
    • 8 bedroom country home
    • 4 Reception rooms
    • Lift
    • Indoor heated swimming pool
    • Games / entertaining room
    • Double garage
    • Gardens & paddocks of about 3.7 acres
    • Countryside views

    A magnificent William & Mary Grade II* listed country home nestling in about 3.71 acres with countryside views.

    About this property

    • The property has undergone a program of sympathetic restoration and renovation in keeping with it's William & Mary origins by the current owners and the most impressive building is fully complemented by beautiful extensive gardens with a range of outbuildings, garaging and heated indoor swimming pool.

      Ground floor - Entrance porch, giving access to reception hall,

      Reception hall, central pillar, marble tiled flooring, raised and fielded panelling to dado height, stairs leading down to the basement level and a feature sweeping staircase giving access to the first floor.

      Snug/family room, mullioned window to the rear elevation, bolection-moulded stone fireplace surround with an inset multifuel burner. Original raised and fielded floor to ceiling wooden panelling, lift to the first floor and full height French doors opening through to:

      Orangery, a wonderful room with glazed roof including a roof lantern, glazing to three elevations, feature herringbone tiled floor and French doors to both the rear and front elevations.

      Dining room, sash windows with window seats to the front and side elevations, bolection-moulded stone fireplace surround, wooden floor, wall, light points, Butlers pantry/store, original raised and fielded floor to ceiling wooden panelling with hand painted marbling effect.

      Drawing room, original front entrance door, sash windows to both front and side elevations with stone sills, feature parquet flooring, bolection-moulded stone fireplace surround with inset gas coal effect fire, dado rail and feature frieze to the ceiling.

      Dining kitchen, a bespoke fitted kitchen with base and wall units, granite worksurfaces, stainless steel sink unit with waste disposal, sash window to the side elevation, French door to the rear, integrated combination microwave oven, Aga, terracotta tiled flooring, cooker hood, integrated fridge and dishwasher and useful walk-in pantry.

      Basement level - Cloakroom with low-level WC

      Utility room, base and wall units, plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink unit and window to the rear elevation.

      Games room/cinema, room, exposed beams, feature fireplace surround and window to the side elevation.

      First floor

      Landing, a magnificent stained glass window to the rear elevation, dado rail and a wonderful ceiling mural surrounded with gold leaf.

      Bedroom 1, sash windows to the front elevation and fitted wardrobes. Dressing room, sash windows to the front and side elevations and built-in wardrobes.

      En suite bathroom, panel bath, shower cubicle , low-level WC, vanity unit, incorporating wash hand basin, towel radiator and sash window to the side elevation.

      Bedroom 2/study, sash windows to the front and side elevations, feature stone fireplace surround with cast-iron inset with tiled sideslips and built-in storage cupboard.

      Bedroom 3, sash windows to the side elevation, wall, light points, dado rail and built-in cupboard.

      En suite/wet room, wet shower area with plumbed shower unit, vanity unit, incorporating wash, hand basin, low-level, WC, towel radiator, sash window to the rear elevation enjoying countryside views and lift access from the ground floor.

      Bedroom 4, two sash windows to the side elevations, wardrobe, feature stone fireplace surround with cast-iron stove.

      Family bathroom, spa bath, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle and sash window to the rear elevation.

      Second floor

      Landing with two skylights, storeroom and staircase giving access to the roof.

      There are four further bedrooms and shower room.


      A detached double garage with twin roller doors.

      A former coach house, which comprises: Office/study with a joining wine store.

      Indoor heated swimming pool with sauna, shower room and WC. Plant room with filtration system and changing room.

      Swimming pool area with electric cover, full height with exposed beams, French doors to the side elevation and further windows to the rear and sides.

      External door giving access to inner lobby with stairs to the first floor. A magnificent games room/entertainment room with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, circular windows to the side and front elevations and French door giving access to balcony.

      The property is approached via twin security gates opening onto private driveway leading to the rear of the property.

      The formal gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and deep flower borders. There are paddocks to both the side and rear of the property totalling in the region of 3.7 acres.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love how this stunning property breaths history the moment you walk through the door.

    Ian MarriottProperty agent

    Local information

    • Nestling within this picturesque hamlet, the property is within easy reach of Sheffield, Doncaster and Rotherham via the regional motorway network including the M18, M1 and A1(M).
    • The Travellers Rest country pub is within a short walk in nearby Brookhouse, whilst there are public footpaths through the village which lead to the historic Roche Abbey.
    • Local shopping amenities are within a short drive in nearby Wickersley and Thurcroft, whilst the Meadowhall Development Complex is within approximately twenty minutes drive.
    • Slade Hooton Hall was built in 1698 for John Mirfin, the then Lord Mayor of London. It was constructed of local limestone under a Cornish slate roof and is one of the earliest examples of a classically designed house in the region. The property nestles in wonderful grounds of about 3.7 acres.

    Additional information

    • Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
    • Band G
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G