Leeds Property News: Auction includes old golf headquarters

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A vacant Grade II* listed former Gentleman’s residence in Wakefield is available to buy at the Eddisons auction in Leeds on April 10th.

Lupset Hall on Horbury Road, which was previously used as the City of Wakefield Golf Course club house, is being offered on the instructions of Wakefield Council at a guide price of £100,000 plus.

Tony Webber, Director and Auctioneer at Eddisons said: ‘This is a substantial property on a site of around 0.70 acres, with views over the golf course. Following modernisation it could suit either residential or commercial uses, subject to planning.’

Elsewhere, a vacant detached Grade II listed former lodge house on Lidgett Lane, within the curtilage of Moor Allerton Hall, has a guide price of £110,000 plus. It is being offered on the instructions of Leeds City Council.

Other lots include a tenanted residential property in the Harehills area of Leeds. The house on Florence Grove is arranged as four bedsits and one self-contained flat, which produce income of £15,432 per annum. The guide price is £65,000 to £70,000, a potential gross return of nearly 24%.

Meanwhile, a vacant three storey inner terrace house with basement on Cross Green Lane, off York Road, has a guide price of just £10,000 plus.

Commercial stock includes Union Studios on Dewsbury Road close to Leeds city centre and the railway station. The vacant converted office building extends to over 2,000 sq ft and is guided at £150,000 plus.

There are 112 lots up for the next auction - www.eddisons.com/auctions.

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