Seven of the best vintage properties for sale in Yorkshire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 23 February 2015

All Hallows, Church Lane, High Hoyland, Barnsley

All Hallows, Church Lane, High Hoyland, Barnsley


Properties for when new just won’t do

All Hallows, Church Lane, High Hoyland, Barnsley

Price: £575,000

All Hallows is a unique and somewhat spectacular grade two listed former church. It boasts history and charm in abundance with, among other things, exposed medieval stone carvings to the majestic stained glass window.

This fantastic property would make a lovely family home or, subject to all the relevant planning consents, could be an eye-catching commercial property. It currently comprises four bedrooms, four reception rooms and a tower terrace with 360 degree views for 50 miles around.

Contact: Yorkshire’s Finest, Denby Dale; 01484 865647;

The Mill House, Howsham, York

Guide price: £635,000

This beautiful grade two listed house, which sits in lovely grounds with stunning views, has recently been refurbished to an immaculate standard. The accommodation includes a breakfast kitchen with and Aga, drawing room, sitting room, master bedroom with en suite, guest bedroom with en suite, two further bedrooms and a house bathroom. It also has lovely enclosed gardens with views over open countryside and a south-facing York stone terrace.

Contact: Toby Cockcroft, Croft Residential, York; 07725 030377; 01904 238222;

Bishopton Lodge, Bishopton, Ripon

Price: £1,450,000

Set amidst grounds of approximately three acres adjoining the River Laver, this magnificent grade two listed Georgian family home offers a range of superb period features as well as two self-contained cottages just three-quarters of a mile from the Market Place. The main house has three reception rooms, a conservatory, study, stylish breakfast kitchen, cellars and five double bedrooms. The cottages have two bedrooms, a sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.

Contact: Beadnall Copley, 10 Fishergate, Ripon, HG4 1DY; 01765 698100;

Haefen Cottage, Wooldale Road, Wooldale, Holmfirth

Price: £325,000

This beautifully-presented, four-bedroom family home is believed to date back to around 1600, making it one of the oldest properties in Wooldale. The house has been finished to a high standard throughout while retaining many period features. The accommodation briefly comprises a dining kitchen with oak units and flooring, a spacious living room, four well-proportioned bedrooms, a house bathroom and an attic with excellent development potential.

Contact: Julia Gledhill at Simon Blyth, Holmfirth;; 01484 689689

The Elms, Gate Helmsley, York

Price: £750,000

The Elms is a beautifully restored Georgian home retaining many original features. It oozes classical splendour and stylish design, and has the additional benefit of a lawned gardens and secluded courtyard. The accommodation comprises a double-fronted, colonnaded entrance, a modern kitchen, well-appointed bathrooms, three reception rooms, five bedrooms (including ‘his and her’ dressing rooms) and a separate gym.

Contact: R M English, 18 Castlegate, York, YO1 9RP; 01904 697900;

Carr House, Kirklees Hall, Clifton

Price: offers around £1,199,000

This superb grade one listed property is the principal part of the historic Kirklees Hall, which has undergone major renovation in the 1990s under the auspices of English Heritage. Carr House really has to be seen to be fully appreciated but, to whet your appetite, the accommodation briefly includes a grand hall drawing room, a dining room, living kitchen, three first floor bedrooms, two bathrooms, a guest suite to the lower ground, various store rooms and extensive cellars.

Contact: Charnock Bates; 01422 380100;;

Croft House, Oxford Road, Gomersal

Guide price: £749,950

A stunning and substantial Georgian detached residence, Croft House occupies a generous plot that stretches to around two-thirds of an acre. But it’s not only its lovely, well-established gardens that make this property something special. The house dates back to around 1776 and boasts numerous classic characteristics and features of the Georgian era including ornate ceiling roses, sash windows, deep skirting boards and solid doors.

Contact: Signature Homes by Robert Watts; 01274 689589

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