**PHASE TWO – ALL SOLD** On a quiet lane positioned within the Ryburn Valley, Haugh End is more than of significant historical interest. The estate was once owned by the Priestley and Rawson families and Anne Lister was a frequent visitor. As a period filming location, parts of Gentleman Jack (BBC/HBO) and The English Game (Netflix) were filmed here.
The oldest house on the estate is one of the oldest surviving houses in Halifax. The Grade II* listed Mansion, servants quarters and stables date back to 1760, they are attributed to renowned architect John Carr of York, known for Harewood House. Haugh End Park is a creative, residential scheme which has been designed to enable the preservation of the heritage buildings, by bringing life back to Haugh End, and in turn giving the buildings and historic environment a long term future.
Phase’s 1 and 2 involve the sympathetic restoration of the Grade II listed, C17th/C18th buildings and the Grade II* listed servants quarters into C21st homes. Restoring every piece of historic fabric and features that can possibly be retained.
Each home will be totally unique in design and layout and come with a NHBC Buildmark warranty.