Yorkshire Properties - High Royd, Northgate, Honley
PUBLISHED: 20:29 18 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:07 20 February 2013
Forming the south-westerly wing of a grand, stone-built, grade two listed mansion, the property was built in the late 18th century and remodelled in the 19th in a striking Art Deco style.
Where: High Royd sits above the village of Honley in the popular Northgate area. It enjoys far-reaching views across the Holme Valley and is within easy commuting distance of Huddersfield, Halifax, Leeds and Manchester.
What: Forming the south-westerly wing of a grand, stone-built, grade two listed mansion, the property was built in the late 18th century and remodelled in the 19th in a striking Art Deco style. Today it offers the height of luxury and the ambience of a stately home on a manageable, liveable scale.
Inside: The spacious accommodation includes a double-height dining hall, a fine drawing room, a study, a fully-fitted kitchen and pantry, a grand mahogany staircase that doubles as a library, a cloakroom, an extensive cellar which is ripe for conversion, a house bathroom and three double bedrooms, the largest of which has its own en-suite bathroom.
Outside: The property enjoys long views from its well-maintained gardens, where you will find a good-sized lawn, well-stocked borders, a terrace, ample parking and a fenced area of grassland.
Contact: For details, call Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01904 625033 or visit jackson-stops.co.uk using fast find code 49064.