Historic Armley Grange is available to buy at auction for a cool guide price of £350,000.
The Grade II listed house was built in the early 19th century and owners Leeds City Council have deemed it surplus to requirements.
Armley Grange, which was built for Squire John Wilson and his family in the early 1800s and was formerly used as a day centre, will be sold at an online auction on October 30.
A description of the property on the auction site Bid X1 says there are 26 rooms, including a library:
“The property sits in mature grounds of approx 1.26 acres with a long curved and securely fence and hedge boundary to Armley Grange Drive. To the rear of the property is hardstanding car parking for circa 25 cars.
“The principal rooms in the main house have high ceilings with decorative cornices, leading off a large hallway with the formal of three staircases having a decorative balustrade and illuminated by a large stained glass window. “
Armley Grange also comes with 1.26 acres of land and a 5,060 square foot annexed office building, which was added in the 1960s.
Read more about Armley Grange’s early history here.