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1,373.48 sq m(14,784 sq ft)
Guide price £2,300,000

Banney RoydHalifax Road, Huddersfield, HD3 3BJ


    Key features

    • Ideally situated for commuting to major business centers; Wakefield, Leeds, Manchester
    • Leeds Bradford Airport and Manchester Airport are within reach
    • Exquisite formal and informal reception rooms
    • Stunning master bedroom suite with a further 8 bedrooms
    • Coach house and a 3 bedroom cottage
    • Substantial outbuildings and as well as stables

    Banney Royd Hall is an important Arts and Crafts residential estate situated on the edge of the conservation area of Edgerton, a suburb west of Huddersfield.

    About this property

    • Banney Royd Hall is an important, Grade I Listed, Arts and Crafts house by the architect Edgar Wood. The house displays a wealth of Art Nouveau features including fabulous ashlar chimney breasts flanked by pilasters or buttresses with ornate cornices many with art nouveau decoration, stone mullioned windows, splendid oak panelling, extensive ornate detailing typical of the period, and barrel-vaulted ceilings.

      The house was built in 1901 for the late William Henry Armitage. In 1942 it was requisitioned by Huddersfield Corporation's Civil Defence Committee, to be its Report and Control Centre. It was succeeded after the War by the National Fire Service, who used the house as a training centre for firemen until the 1960s, then it was acquired by Huddersfield Education Department as a Teachers' Centre. The house was reinstated as a private house in the 1990s, and lovingly restored by the current owners in recent
      years.

      The ground floor offers an excellent balance of formal reception rooms, and a kitchen dining room with an adjacent sitting room ideal for family life. The more formal rooms include an impressive entrance hall with oak panelling and an important ashlar fireplace, a fine drawing room overlooking the gardens, library and wonderful orangery with a bar. The Billiard Room is of particular note, with a recessed seating area and stunning fireplace. The finely proportioned dining room has another ornate fireplace behind a stone, broad round arch with a gilded figure of “The Angel Of The Rains”.

      The impressive oak staircase has a mullioned window and barrelled ceiling above, leading to the first floor landing. The impressive master suite has a dressing room and bathroom with a roll top bath with claw feet, and faces south over the gardens. There are eight further bedrooms, some with exposed beams and further period details, and an additional three bathrooms. A further staircase leads to the second floor where there is a further bedroom and office.

      To the rear of the house there is parking, a recently refurbished one bedroom coach house, and three bedroom cottage, separated by the original stables with a loft above.

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    Banney Royd Hall must be one of the finest houses to have been on the market for some time, architecturally splendid, and a fine home too.

    Ben PriddenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Banney Royd Hall is situated on the edge of the conservation area of Edgerton, a suburb west of Huddersfield town centre (1.7 miles).
    • The area has a range of local shops, supermarkets, restaurants and schools, St Patrick's Catholic Primary School (Ofsted Good 2018) is less than a mile away and Greenhead College (Ofsted Outstanding 2012) is just over 1.5 mile distant. As well as the independent schools; The Mount School (Ofsted Good 2019) is less than a half mile away and Huddersfield Grammar School (Ofsted Good 2011) is within 1 mile and takes pride in the academic progress and achievement of its pupils, and is now ranked by The Sunday Times as a Top 100 Prep School. Huddersfield Royal Infirmary is also within a mile of Banney Royd.
    • Ideally situated for commuting to the major business centres of Wakefield (15 miles), Leeds (18.7 miles), Manchester (28 miles) and Sheffield (28.5miles). Leeds Bradford Airport is under 21 miles away with Manchester Airport 36 miles distant. Huddersfield has a mainline train station with some direct links to Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Leeds and Newcastle. Leeds has regular train services to London some making the journey in 2 hours 15 minutes.
    • For those wanting to enjoy open countryside, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is 30 miles to the north, and the Peak District National Park just 7 miles to the south.
    • Please note all distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt