A spacious and well presented two bedroom end town house with stair lift and attractive gardens. The accommodation briefly comprises: Hallway, cloaks/W.C, lounge, kitchen, two first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
Hollins Hall is a purpose built Exclusive Retirement Development, set in approx 15 acres of landscaped gardens, enjoying stunning views over the Yorkshire dales. The original property is a late Georgian Manor House, which once belonged to the famous Tetley family and was also a refuge for children under the care of Dr Barnardos. The creation of Hollins Hall has now led to a thriving local community, just a short distance from Harrogate. Hollins Hall was first opened in 2000 and has proved ever popular to those looking for a peaceful retirement. On site facilities include bar and bistro in the main house, with a stunning terrace offering views over Nidderdale. Also available in the main house is a library holding a large selection of both fiction and non-fiction books, widely used by the residents. Adjacent to this is the main office, where residents can call on members of staff to assist them in any concierge services they may require throughout the day or night.There is also a health centre, where residents can enjoy the use of the swimming pool and exercise room. On the lower ground floor is a hairdressing suite, treatment room and two overnight guest suites for visitors. In conclusion, Hollins Hall has a stunning setting with modern properties and facilities which shortly after opening, won the What House Best Retirement Village award. Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the facilities on offer.
Hollins Hall is situated between the popular villages of Killinghall and Hampsthwaite, to the North of Harrogate and is ideally placed for amenities available in the nearby town of Harrogate. Excellent transport links from Hollins Hall into the town centre and local road links to the Yorkshire dales, Skipton, Leeds and York, make this an ideal base for travelling throughout the region.
Leave Harrogate town centre via Parliament Street and continue straight over at the traffic lights onto Ripon Road. Proceed straight over at the traffic lights and proceed to the roundabout. Take the first exit onto Skipton Road and continue to the next roundabout taking the third exit onto Otley Road towards Killinghall. Take the first turning left onto Lund Lane and continue for approx ¼ of a mile before turning right into Hollins Hall and proceed towards the main house. Turn right onto Garden Court.
Access via wooden entrance door, stairs leading to first floor with stair lift, radiator, emergency pull cord.
Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, heated towel rail, plumbing and space for washing machine.
4.93m (16' 2") x 4.37m (14' 4")
With double glazes french doors leading to gardens, double glazed window to rear elevation, TV point, two radiators, fire place with electric fire, ceiling coving, emergency pull cord, cupboard with light.
2.69m (8' 10") x 2.67m (8' 9")
Fitted range of wall and base mounted units with work surfaces over with inset one and a half stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, four ring gas hob with extractor hood and electric oven, integrated fridge / freezer, integrated dishwasher, part tiled to walls, tiled floor, Vailiant combination boiler, inset ceiling spot lights, radiator, double glazed window to front elevation.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
With stair lift, shelved airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, doors leading to:
4.95m (16' 3") x 3.43m (11' 3")
Double glazed window to rear elevation, two fitted double wardrobes, emergency pull cord, radiator, TV point.
3.48m (11' 5") X 3.30m (10' 10")
Double glazed window to front elevation, fitted double wardrobe and single wardrobe, radiator.
Modern suite comprising panel bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, storage cupboard, sky light to front.
Private patio seating area to the rear leads to attractive communal gardens with residents parking under car port and ample visitor parking to the front of the main house. A particular feature are the well maintained communal gardens in approx. 14 acres of land.