A stone built detached house that sits at the entrance to Bingley’s Prince of Wales Park is now for sale and the historic property will appeal to anyone looking for a renovation project in a unique location.
The two-bedroom property, which is just off Lady Lane, is being marketed by leading Yorkshire estate agent, Dacre, Son & Hartley. It will be sold by informal tender, and has a guide price of £250,000, with a closing date for offers of the 14th July 2023.
Surrounded by large gardens, the house is full of character features including deep moulded ceiling cornicing, traditional fireplaces and stained-glass windows, together with the more modern convenience of gas heating.
Steven Potts, area director for Dacre, Son & Hartley in the Aire Valley said: “This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a detached house in a delightful spot on the edge of one of the area’s finest parks.
“It’s already generating interest from a variety of potential buyers who want a project and the chance to create a special home in a tranquil and idyllic area. The property also offers the potential to extend and create further accommodation, subject to relevant planning and building regulations being obtained, which makes it an exciting opportunity.”
The Prince of Wales Park is listed by English Heritage on its National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens because of its special historic interest. It was created in 1865 by the people of Bingley as a place where they could escape the smoke filled valley bottom, for fresh air and recreation.for more information, call our Bingley office on 01274 560421, email firstname.lastname@example.org or view the property here.