Interest high in historic Leeds properties
Historic Leeds properties sell quickly with Preston Baker
Only one of three historic Leeds properties remains for sale
Preston Baker New Homes has sold two of three historic Leeds properties; Kiddal Hall and a two-bedroom cottage, within weeks of the start of marketing, with only an adjoining converted gatehouse now remaining for sale.
Preston Baker New Homes was the chosen sales agent for the three properties. These include the principal wing of a former late medieval Grade II listed manor house, together with adjoining converted gatehouse and cottage.
“Two of these three fabulous period properties have sold soon after we started marketing and only the gatehouse, a stunning property, remains,” said Sophie Garlick, Preston Baker New Homes Sales Manager.
“The gatehouse is a fully renovated beautiful home, and a rare and desirable property.”
Historic records show that the properties could date as far back as the 16th Century and they are located round a large enclosed courtyard, with private formal gardens extending to two acres.
The properties are located on York Road, on the northern fringe of the hamlet of Potterton, just a mile south of the sought-after village of Thorner and close to the A1 junction with the A64 which is almost midway between Leeds and York. Harrogate is just 17 miles away, Leeds city centre 9 miles, York 16 miles and Wetherby 8 miles. Leeds Bradford Airport is within a 30-minute drive.
The gatehouse offers 1,976 sq ft (184 sq m) of internal living space.
The Gatehouse has been fully renovated to create a beautiful home ready to move into. It is for sale at £650,000 and offers four bedrooms, two reception rooms and two bathrooms.
If you would like to speak to a member of the Preston Baker New Homes team about this property please get in touch: call 0113 487 8787 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictures show the properties.
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