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Residential News | Mon 15 Nov 2021
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A Grade II Listed home that dates back to 1865 and was originally the gate lodge for Lady Royd House, which became Bradford Girls Grammar School, is for sale after being painstakingly restored by its current owner. 

Lady Royd Lodge is being marketed by Yorkshire estate agent, Dacre, Son & Hartley, and is full of character features including an impressive turret, stained glass windows and a grand stone archway above the entrance to the driveway. 

The stone built detached house offers three good sized bedrooms, with a luxurious ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom. It sits in generous gardens, just over two and a half miles north-west of Bradford city centre, on the edge of the exclusive Lady Royd Garden development, which benefits from private gated access. 

The home’s current owner bought the property in 2015 and after securing planning permission to transform it into a home, began work on the restoration programme. He said: “When we bought the house it was a wreck. The turret had been sealed off, so we opened that back up and had new windows made for it and it’s now a real focal point of the house, along with the stunning stained glass and sash windows that we’ve fitted. 

“Because the house is Grade II Listed, we’ve restored all the original features outside, and incorporated a modern finish inside that complements the historic fabric of the building. We’ve installed under floor heating and beautiful cast iron radiators along with magnificent crystal chandeliers throughout. 

“The dining kitchen is modern with integrated appliances, and we opted for high specification bathrooms with Laufen sanitary ware, Grohe taps and showers and porcelain tiles from Porcelanosa. The lower ground floor has a utility area and state of the art cinema room. It really is a unique property with an exceptional finish.”

Aleysha Benn, who heads up Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Saltaire office, said: “This is a beautiful and completely individual house that is steeped in local history. It will appeal to a wide range of buyers who are looking for a very distinctive and immaculately presented home in a popular part of Bradford.”

Lady Royd Lodge is for sale for offers in the region of £325,000. For more information, click here or contact Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Saltaire office on 01274 581794 to book a viewing.

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