How do you fancy living in a time capsule? This 1960s three-bedroom property in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire has just gone up for sale, petty much untouched since the 1960s. Reasonable price tag too.
If you love art deco, you will definitely appreciate this 1930s Blenkinsopp and Scratchard-designed art deco property in Castleford, Yorkshire, which has just gone back on the market five years after it last sold. Just stunning.
Do check out this 1960s modernist property in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, which has just been featured over at WowHaus. Wonderful balconies overlooking an equally amazing garden and all the original features you would expect.
If you want to see more, you can see the images and full details over at WowHaus.
Earlier in the week, we highlighted a Yorkshire art deco house in need of work for pushing the £1 million mark. Now we have this Blenkinsopp and Scratchard-designed 1930s art deco house in Castleford, Yorkshire, which has been full renovated and available for a fraction of the price. The difference? It's all about the location.
It doesn't quite have the same 'wow' inside as it does outside, but with some time and effort, we're sure you can sort out a cool period interior for the West Hill four-bedroom 1930s art deco house in Harrogate, Yorkshire.
A regular around the capital, Sir Peter Blake is seen much less 'up north'. So the Sir Peter Blake Twenty Years of Printmaking exhibition in Harrogate, Yorkshire is well worth an entry in your diary if that's where you live.
It takes place at the RedHouse Originals Gallery, 15 Cheltenham Mount, Harrogate from 12th March – 10th April, with previews on Friday 11th March. Sir Peter will be there for that to open the exhibition, as will the double decker CCA Art Bus with Blake exterior. There will also be the unveiling of a new portrait and print edition called Boogie For Stu, featuring Ian Stewart, the legendary keyboardist and co-founder of The Rolling Stones.