Buyer found for redeveloped country house

Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has sold Kitson House, a Grade II listed country house forming part of the Elmete Hall site to Industruct Ltd.

Situated in Roundhay, Leeds, along with the neighbouring Nicholson House, the 5,700 sq ft property borders Roundhay Park.

The historic building has seen extensive redevelopment over the years, whilst maintaining many of the original period features including the peacock cupola dome lighting and cast-iron circular staircase in the main hall.

The adjacent 6,996 sq ft Nicholson House is still available for sale. Both properties are currently used as offices.

Matt Procter, surveyor at Lambert Smith Hampton, said: “We are pleased to have found a new owner for this historic site in the heart of Roundhay.

“The sale of Kitson House underscored the appeal of heritage properties in desirable locations, and we look forward to seeing the property’s continued revitalisation along with the potential offered by the neighbouring Nicholson House.”

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