A former Edgerton care home has gone up for sale for offers around £1.3m with Huddersfield-based agent Bramleys.
With conversion potential, the Victorian property, extends to approximately 14,500ft², is set in three acres of land and offers one of several attractive opportunities, including a one-off, luxury home; a collection of apartments or even office space – subject to planning permission and title conditions.
The property comprises a substantial and attractive detached Victorian stone built former dwelling house which has most recently been converted and extended to provide a 39-bedroom care facility.
The availability of the property offers a unique and rare prospect to purchase a stand-out rural property near the centre of Huddersfield, with strong rail and road links.
With an independent entrance off Bryan Road leading to a car parking area, and a separate driveway to the western elevation of the property, the property takes advantage of a superior position. In addition, there is a large, landscaped garden to the front with mature trees, in addition to a large garden area to the rear.
Jonathan Wilson, commercial partner at Bramleys, said: “Properties of this stature and size don’t come onto the market very often. The building offers scope for conversion into multiple dwellings, could make an extremely impressive family home, or from a commercial perspective, an office scheme or continued use as a care facility.”
The location is mixed with substantial detached private houses positioned along Bryan Road and Kaffir Road in addition to large sought-after housing on Birkby Hall Road to the west.
Interested parties can book a viewing via Jonathan.firstname.lastname@example.org and offers are being taken up to Friday August 5.