Eastburn House, Eastburn, BD20 8UT


SOLD (subject to contract)



Eastburn House, Eastburn, BD20 8UT


Substantially constructed in coursed Yorkshire stonework with attractive corbelled eaves and a heavy Grey slate roof, this imposing property has origins dating back to 1640 and undoubtedly forms one of the oldest of its type in the area where it stands amidst beautifully manicured mature lawned gardens in a quiet position just off Green Lane with pleasant South  facing views directly over an open field.

Containing a wealth of original beamed ceilings, plaster coving, panelled doors and a selection of lovely period fireplaces, the spacious well laid out accommodation includes a Cloakroom, Utility and 3 separate Reception Rooms, a large Dining Kitchen, 4 Bedrooms and 2 high quality Bathrooms.

The property stands in close proximity to Airedale General Hospital and nearby Steeton Railway Station giving an excellent daily service to the major business centres of both Leeds and Bradford.

Beautifully presented and served by gas fired central heating, this outstanding property is particularly worthy of inspection and in detail comprises:


Part glazed Entrance Door to:

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE:  5’0” x 4’0” with leaded side windows and part leaded inner door to:

LIVING KITCHEN: 12’5” x 10’8” with 1½ bowl sink unit, range of Oak floor and wall units with work tops over incorporating a Zanussi gas hob and extractor hood with a separate oven and grill, peninsular unit with microwave cooker, downlights, beamed ceiling, tiled floor, part tiled walls and opening to:

FRONT ENTRANCE HALL:  25’3” x 5’8” with coved and beamed ceiling, dado rail, attractive archway and return staircase off (NB access is gained here to a large vaulted cellar) extending beneath a major part of the house.

SITTING ROOM:  15’6” x 13’6” with coal effect gas fire and canopy in rustic brick surround with exposed timber over a quarry tiled hearth, exposed stone wall, window seat and shutters, side window, beamed ceiling and picture rail.

MORNING ROOM:  16’7” x 12’8” with coal effect gas fire in marble fireplace with tiled hearth and interior, window seat and mullions, coved ceiling, 4 wall light points and leaded windows.

DINING AREA:  13’10” x 12’8” with solid  fuel cast iron stove in original surround with back boiler and Oak Mantel, tiled recess and quarry tiled hearth, 2 wall light points, dimmer switch and wall T.V point.

PENTAGONAL CONSERVATORY: 11’0” x 10’2” with display surfaces, laminate flooring and double doors to garden.

UTILITY ROOM:  6’9” x 6’4” with meter cupboard, washer plumbing, space for fridge, low voltage downlights and tiled floor.

CLOAKROOM:  with pedestal wash basin, low suite w.c. with wooden seat and coved ceiling.

DINING ROOM:  13’0” x 13’7” with original Yorkshire range in stone surround, beamed ceiling, dado rail, 2 wall light points and windows on 2 sides.


HALF LANDING:  with window seat.

MAIN BALCONY LANDING:  with coved ceiling and rose and access to roof void storage area. 

BEDROOM 1:  17’4” x 15’7” (front) with coal effect gas fire in cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and timber mantel, mullioned window with built-in seating, attractive archway for bed head, T.V. point, 2 wall light points, telephone point and beamed ceiling.

BEDROOM 2:  15’6” x 13’7” (front) with coal effect gas fire in cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and stone surround, coved ceiling, mullioned window with seating, dado rail, telephone point and access to roof void.

LARGE BATHROOM:  13’8” x 9’2”  with panelled bath with mixer shower, pedestal wash basin, high suite w.c. with wooden seat, corner shower cubicle, ornate plaster dado and arched window with views onto the garden.

BEDROOM 3:  13’11” x 9’11” (rear) with range of fitted wardrobes and drawers, dressing unit and T.V. point.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM:  with shower cubicle with Aqualisa unit and sliding doors, wash hand basin in vanity unit with louvre cupboard below in part tiled walls and low suite w.c. with wooden seat.

BEDROOM 4:  13’2” x 12’11” (rear) with fitted wardrobes and drawers, 2 wall light points and mullioned window with built-in seating.


The property is partially covered with attractive Virginia Creeper and has a flagged forecourt enclosed by wrought iron railings and views onto the fields.  The main garden area lies principally on the Cross Hills side and enjoys remarkable shelter and privacy containing a very good selection of shrubs, plants and specimen trees.  A York stone flagged path  extends all around the property and there is a further private Sitting Out/Patio Area at the rear by the Kitchen door.

Set slightly adjacent to the house is a single Garage with one parking space to the side.

SERVICES: Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property.  The heating/electrical appliances and any fixtures and fittings included in the sale have not been tested by the Agents and we are therefore unable to offer any guarantees in respect of them.

COUNCIL TAX: Verbal enquiry reveals that this property has been placed in Category G levied by Bradford Metropolitan District Council.


TENURE: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion of the sale.

VIEWING:  By appointment on a strictly accompanied basis, please contact the selling Agents Messrs Wilman and Wilman on telephone 01535 637333 who will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements and supply any further information.

PRICE: £399,950