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Ashfield House

An important but derelict and neglected house has been restored and converted with scholarship and dedication. A large early-nineteenth-century house threatened with demolition and in an advanced state of decay has been turned into four houses with many original features restored and with new work carried out in the manner of the original. The commitment of the developer to the authenticity of the building has created a high standard of finish, modern accommodation and maintained the historic character of the original.

Architect: Ferguson Sayell, Harrogate
Developer: Hestia (York) Ltd
Presented by: Mr. Bill Woolley, Director City Strategy, City of York Council

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