Look Inside The Stunning £6.75m Mansion For Sale Near Harrogate

Harrogate in North Yorkshire is home to some of the most expensive houses in the county. The average house value in this affluent spa town currently stands at £355,282. A terraced house in Harrogate costs approximately £266,241 to purchase – a whopping £170k more than the average terraced house in Bradford.

With its excellent schools, low crime rates and close proximity to some of Yorkshire’s top tourist destinations and attractions, the Harrogate area really is a great place to live. Popular with the wealthier Yorkshire folk among us, the area is home to some pretty impressive and phenomenally expensive properties that most of us can only dream of owning.

We’ve had a look to see exactly what’s on offer in and around Harrogate for those with a large budget and we stumbled across this absolutely stunning mansion.

Marketed by Knight Frank, this beautiful period property is just 7 miles away from Harrogate itself and is priced at a staggering £6.75m. Loftus Hill is a Grade II listed 17th-century mansion with Regency alterations. It boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms and six reception rooms in addition to numerous other luxurious amenities and features.

Set in the middle of a 43-acre estate with parkland, elevated lawns, terracing, tennis courts and a range of outbuildings, Loftus Hill is as impressive outside as it is inside. However, step through the front entrance of this glorious property and you’ll immediately be blown away by its pristine condition and impressive decor.

The Grand Hall with its stone flooring an elaborate features provides the perfect first impression but an extraordinary level of care and attention has been put into all parts of this period property.

It has been beautifully restored throughout and the previous owners have spared no expense in making each room as breathtakingly beautiful as the next. Opulent features and luxurious decor perfectly complement the original features, making this resemble a fine Regency home straight out of a period drama.

In addition to the main residence, those lucky enough to purchase Loftus Hill will also acquire a 3 bedroom detached cottage, an off-lying detached gardeners cottage and the Grade II listed Tithe Barn, which is now a function suite that can seat 100 banqueting guests. This really is a dream property!

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