Full steam ahead for homes with rail­way her­itage

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

split be­tween what was the ho­tel and the for­mer owner’s ac­com­mo­da­tion.

Es­tate agent Dacre, Son and Hart­ley says the prop­erty pro­vides an op­por­tu­nity to de­velop a sub­stan­tial fam­ily home or it could be adapted to cre­ate a bed and break­fast.

In­side, there is a hall with builtin cup­boards, a cloak­room, sit­ting room, din­ing room, con­ser­va­tory, kitchen, util­ity room, two bed­rooms with en-suite shower rooms. On the first floor, there are three fur­ther bed­rooms with en­suite bath­rooms. The sec­ond part of the prop­erty has a sep­a­rate en­trance, a hall, cloak­room, sit­ting room, din­ing room, kitchen and con­ser­va­tory, while up­stairs there are two bed­rooms and a shower room.

Out­side, there is a park­ing area, pa­tio and rear gar­den with bar­be­cue area and two sheds. Ha­worth’s his­toric Main Street is a short walk away.

JUST THE TICKET: Left, Wood­lands Grange sits next to the steam rail­way line. Right, Sta­tion House, Moor Monk­ton, is full of char­ac­ter and pe­riod fea­tures.

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