Hopton Hall in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, England

Hopton Hall is a Grade II Listed Building in the parish of Mirfield in West Yorkshire. According to the owners (article) carbon dating on some of the timbers placed them from 1215 while the main home was built in 1495.

Listing description: “Hopton Hall is a truly magnificent detached family home located in the highly regarded village of Upper Hopton in Mirfield. This Tudor build has character in abundance including; embellished doorways, fireplaces, beams and exposed brick walls. The original dwelling dates back to the 13th century with major development circa 18th century creating this sizeable home. The property offers a flexible layout with various generously proportioned reception rooms. There is a moat surrounding the property, half of which remains today with two timber bridges connecting the gardens. This remarkably cosy character build has remained pleasantly cool throughout the extremely hot summer of 2018.”

At the time of this post, guide price was £850,000 – £895,000 ($1,111,118 – $1,169,942 USD.)

For more information contact the agency representing the home, Earnshaw Kay Estates. (Additional link: Rightmove)

Photos Earnshaw Kay Estates.

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