Memories of a TV favourite

2:49pm Thursday 16th February 2012

Built in the 1930s for a well-known Baildon family, Greenhill was also the childhood home of the late Richard Whiteley, who returned to his home while making a TV documentary on his life.

Piping hot house

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The view of the garden looking back to the house from the River Aire

3:29pm Monday 14th February 2011

The reason behind the odd name of a house has probably intrigued owners through the years but, as Sue Ward found out, it has been turned into a home with a different sort of attraction having been renovated to a high modern standard.

Lofty ambitions

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The living room with its exposed beams and stone walls

2:07pm Thursday 23rd December 2010

A couple’s plans to convert part of a furniture store into a spacious apartment took on a new dimension when they uncovered its stone walls and timber beams, as Sue Ward discovered

Joined-up thinking

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The outside of the house with its low-maintenance garden

4:57pm Tuesday 28th September 2010

SUE WARD takes a look round a home that was ideally suited to a couple looking for a barn conversion, but one that was not too large for their needs

A fresh allegiance

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The outside of the historic house in Low Moor

2:46pm Wednesday 1st September 2010

Sue Ward takes a look round a period home that once housed a Parliamentary rebel punished for his lack of respect for the king

Modern times

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The  front entrance to the  elegant Victorian home in Nab Wood, Shipley

12:06pm Friday 6th August 2010

A splendid Victorian semi-detached home has been beautifully modernised but with its historic nature retained, as Sue Ward found out

Family history

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Littlebeck Hall at Gilstead, near Bingley

1:56pm Friday 18th June 2010

Anyone with a sense of history and a love of Victorian architecture will enjoy the warm family feel of Littlebeck Hall, as Sue Ward found out

All for one

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Parkview at oakworth, near Keighley

1:50pm Friday 18th June 2010

Some homes just ooze space, and others keep it deceptively hidden away, like this one in Oakworth, near Keighley, as Sue Ward found out

Blank canvas

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The restored mullion windows are a feature of the cottages

2:30pm Thursday 15th April 2010

It’s taken a lot of hard work and discomfort while work was carried out, but one couple have restored a quaint stone cottage with vibrantly modern touches

Vintage interior

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The exterior of Glenroyd, with its fine gardens

2:20pm Thursday 15th April 2010

Even though it was love at first sight, there comes a time when you have to let go and move on, as Sue Ward discovered with the owners of a classic Victorian family home

Tucked away

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Highcliffe in Greenhead Lane, Keighley

3:13pm Thursday 11th February 2010

If you didn’t know it was there, you’d almost certainly miss it, but Sue Ward winkled it out and discovered a charming period house with loads of space just waiting to be filled with a bustling family.

Wooden heart

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Wood Top Farm at Thackley

2:46pm Thursday 11th February 2010

With such a long history stretching back centuries, this country cottage has plenty of character, especially with its new traditional feel to it, as Sue Ward found out.

A tale of two eras

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Selbourne Terrace is a spacious home with a small front garden

1:55pm Friday 4th December 2009

Victorian style has been beautifully combined with modern living in this gorgeous mid-terrace home, as Sue Ward found out.

Lesson in comfort

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Old Village School, Clayton

1:34pm Thursday 17th September 2009

Many a lesson has been learned and many an exam taken and passed in the 150 years since the old village school was created in Victorian times. Now it’s playtime for the owners of the building after it was beautifully converted into a family home which Sue Ward went along to see.

One room at a time

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: High Wood Head Farm

12:35pm Thursday 17th September 2009

Not many houses can boast – if that is the right word – having a toilet in the lounge. High Wood Head Farm owner Ruth Pickles says: “It is a 16th century toilet called a lant trough, which still features in the room.”

Little gems

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The striking outside of the Tayson House development in Little Germany, contrasting the splendour of the Victorian architecture with modern touches

1:50pm Thursday 17th September 2009

More than 150 years ago it was the showpiece of Bradford’s industrial success. Now Little Germany is a stylish urban village. Emma Clayton checks out the latest residential developments, blending contemporary European features with original Victorian architecture.

Byre the way

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Old Byre at Middleton, Ilkley

1:49pm Friday 17th July 2009

In an area of Ilkley famed for its woods and stunning homes, The Old Byre belies its long-ago status as a cowshed. Sue Ward took a look around.

A taste of park life

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Lodge at the entrance to Peel Park

1:55pm Friday 17th July 2009

A former policeman’s lodge in Peel Park, Bradford, has been transformed into a comfortable modern home while retaining its Victorian charm. Sue Ward took a look round

Country manner

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Manor House Barn

12:30pm Friday 17th July 2009

When Amanda and Richard Smith were searching for a new home, they knew exactly what they were looking for.

Fruits of labour

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rose Cottage in Ambler Thorn, near Queensbury

3:38pm Thursday 25th June 2009

Place high above the urban areas of Bradford and Halifax, Rose Cottage in Ambler Thorn, near Queensbury enjoys spectacluar views across the country side, in the comfort of an elegantly restored cottage. Sue Ward took a look round.


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