1640 sandstone house that lies in pieces will be loaded into eight HGVs and delivered to new owner

A disassembled 17th century sandstone mansion steeped in rich history dating back to the Norman Conquest has been put on the market – but there are no instructions of how to put it back together.

The historic property had originally been constructed in the parish of Alwoodley, Leeds in 1640 by Sir Gervase Clifton, a friend of King Charles I – but it was later dismantled by the Sand Moor Golf Club in 1969.

A local farmer acquired the original beams, timber, sandstone and granite, leaving it…

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