Seven of the best period properties for sale in Yorkshire

PUBLISHED: 09:55 27 August 2014 | UPDATED: 18:32 27 August 2014

Carr House, Kirklees Hall, Clifton, Brighouse

Carr House, Kirklees Hall, Clifton, Brighouse


Period properties that offer space and style in abundance

Wooldale Hall, Wooldale Road, Holmfirth

Price: offers around £1,295,000

This magnificent, grade two listed 17th century home has been impeccably restored by the current owners together with renowned specialists to bring it back from the brink, transforming it into one of the Holme Valley’s finest properties.

Wooldale Hall briefly comprises an entrance hallway, welcoming sitting room, impressive dining room, superb dining living kitchen, utility/washroom, downstairs cloakroom/wet room, extensive cellars, two staircases, five bedrooms, a house bathroom, large attic, cobbled driveway, double garage, outbuildings and beautiful gardens.

Contact: Simon Blyth Holmfirth office 01484 689689;


Maltkin House, Chop Gate, Bilsdale, North Yorkshire

Price: £499,950

An historic farmhouse in an elevated position with spectacular views over the North York Moors National Park, this sizeable family house enjoys a fantastic, private position in attractive, partly-wooded grounds.

The spacious accommodation includes a hall, three reception rooms, kitchen with utility area, a study, five bedrooms and separate bath and shower rooms.

Contact: Jackson-Stops & Staff, 23 High Petergate, York, YO1 7HS; 01904 625033;


Bunkers Hill, Aberford, Leeds

Price: £745,000

Believed to be more than 200 years old, this charming, detached family home is set in private grounds approaching one acre within a picturesque and conveniently located village.

Explore a little and you’ll soon find three reception rooms, a study, conservatory, kitchen, breakfast room, utility room, five bedrooms – one with its own en-suite bathroom – and a house bathroom.

Contact: Beadnall Copley, 3 Market Place, Wetherby, LS22 6LQ; 01937 580850;


Ferriby Road, Hessle

Price: £499,950

This impressive late-Victorian house offers around 2,750 square feet of accommodation including a separate property with enormous potential for development or for use as a granny/teen/guest annexe.

The main residence, which sits on a plot that extends to about a third of an acre, offers five double bedrooms, three bathrooms and three generous reception rooms.

Contact: Fine & Country, 21a Northgate, Hessle, HU13 0LW; 01482 647155


Carr House, Kirklees Hall, Clifton, Brighouse

Price: £1.3m

This superb grade one listed property has undergone major renovation under the auspices of English Heritage and offers a unique and elegant lifestyle for a discerning buyer.

Carr House features a spectacular array of original features, including a grand entrance hall with a sweeping ‘flying’ staircase as well as intricate oak panelling and plaster work.

Contact: Charnock Bates, 70 Commercial Street, Halifax; 01422 380100


Library House, Regent Parade, Harrogate

Price: around £1,275,000

A magnificent Georgian town house overlooking the Stray, Library House comes complete with extensive rear gardens and a self-contained apartment

This grade two listed property has been fully refurbished with style and creativity and offers no less than six bedrooms.

Contact: Daniel Rigg at Strutt & Parker; 01423 706771;


Kyme Lodge, Croft Lane, Newton Kyme, North Yorkshire

Price: £1.2m

Kyme lodge is an exceptional four bedroom, grade two listed landmark house in the heart of Yorkshire’s Golden Triangle.

The spacious and stylish accommodation includes four bedrooms, three bath/shower rooms, three reception rooms, a wonderful living kitchen, garaging and immaculate gardens with a bespoke garden room.

Contact: Knight Frank, 24 Albert Street, Harrogate, HG1 1JT; 01423 530088;


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