Home that comes with 14 orig­i­nal chim­ney pots

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY - Sharon Dale

Mr Charlesworth sold the es­tate as a whole in late 1920 and around 2004, the house was split into two, with the ma­jor por­tion of the prop­erty known as The Manor House.

The house has a com­mand­ing po­si­tion with views over the vil­lage of Car­leton and be­yond over the Went Val­ley.

The front el­e­va­tion of the house has the orig­i­nal door and tower above.

The prop­erty has been mod­ernised but still re­tains all of its orig­i­nal de­tail and char­ac­ter.

In­side, there are three re­cep­tion rooms and a kitchen with Aga, plus a study, gym, util­ity room and two cloak­rooms.

Up­stairs, there is a prin­ci­pal bed­room suite with dress­ing room, shower room and stairs to a pri­vate tower room.

There is a house bath­room, plus four fur­ther dou­ble bed­rooms, three of which are en-suite.

Fair Holme, left, was built for Mary Shear­burn by ar­chi­tect Joseph Sykes. The Manor House has views over Car­leton and the Went Val­ley.


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