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Skipton Road, Harrogate, North Yorkshire
'Grove House' is a stunning Grade II* Listed manor house which sits in about 4.5 acres of private grounds. Originally a late 17th century inn known as 'The Worlds End', it was rebuilt in the 18th but by 1807 it had become a school run by Barbara Holland, author of 'A season at Harrogate'. In 1882, it became the principal residence of Yorkshire industrialist, inventor and philanthropist Samson Fox. Here, Samson Fox further developed his inventions the corrugated boiler flue, the pressed steel railway undercarriage and he developed water-gas. It was as Grove House that Samson Fox financed the building of the Royal College of Music in London. Used as a hospital during the Great War, Grove House was acquired by the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, who in 1927 converted it into an orphanage, thus saving the magnificent building and its grounds. After the second world war Grove House became an RAOB convalescent home.
A fine example of a Georgian town house revealing tasteful interiors over four floors, with grand accommodation retaining all of it's original features, a recently renovated coach house with self contained accommodation ideal for a nanny/relative or offices and garaging. Deeply stocked walled lawned gardens and secure garaging. Enjoying stunning Stray views to the front elevations towards Christ Church and within a ten minute walk of the town centre
'The Old Barn' is a stunning five bedroom stone built barn conversion with light and airy accommodation totalling over 3800 square feet. This is one of only three period properties sitting securely behind electric gates in a stunning yet extremely accessible location on the South side of Harrogate with long reaching views towards Almscliffe Crag.
'Three Wells Farm' is a stunning 5 bedroom farmhouse having been tastefully extended, re-designed and modernised. The property features spacious split level accommodation enjoying breath taking panoramic views across open countryside. Standing in circa 3.5 acres of formal gardens, adjoining fields and a double garage.
'West Winds' is a 4 bedroom Georgian detached house standing in a fabulous elevated position overlooking open countryside stretching towards Otley Chevin. The house sits in about 3.5 acres of formal gardens and adjoining paddocks and has the benefit of two double garages.
A rare opportunity to acquire this detached house on the highly regarded Duchy Estate currently split into two spacious apartments but with the possibility of conversion back into a single dwelling. The current property offers over 2500 square feet of accommodation and sits within mature, quiet gardens of some size.
Adjoining protected private woodland and the 40 acre Jacob Smith Park, Barnacre is a magnificent detached property built in 1927 only ten minutes walk from the centre of Knaresborough, and having the rare benefit of a separate detached cottage that offers additional accommodation for dependant relatives or use as a holiday let.
This detached home located within the heart of the highly sought after Duchy Estate has been extensively refurbished in recent years to present immaculate accommodation and most impressive South facing gardens to the rear.