Grafton House is a truly impressive Victorian Gentleman's Residence arranged over 4 floors with over 7000 square feet and with great annexe potential or capacity for business use such as boutique hotel, care home or childcare nursery. With large gardens, garaging, off road parking and greenhouse, the property has a spectacular 8 bedrooms.

Halifax is a historic market town which is home to the infamous Piece Hall. This sprawling 18th-century cloth hall now houses history exhibits, shops, bars & restaurants. Halifax is known for Mackintosh's chocolate and toffee products including Rolo and Quality Street. The Halifax Bank was founded here and has large offices in the town. Dean Clough, one of the largest textile factories in the world at more than 1⁄2 mile) long, is today a converted building for hotel, office and retail use including a gym and theatre.
In close proximity Calderdale College is a further and higher education college. The college is the largest provider of further education courses and work-based learning and the sole provider of higher education awards in Calderdale
For those football supporters, FC Halifax Town is a professional association football club based in Halifax. They currently compete in the National League, the fifth tier of English football, and play at the Shay, less than a mile away from Grafton House.
Halifax swimming pool is situated on the edge of Halifax town centre. It boasts an impressive pool as well as a gym with a separate free weights area. Alongside this are two squash courts and a dance studio.
Halifax railway station run by Northern Railway plays a vital role in Halifax by connecting people for work, leisure, education and more every day.

Welcome to Grafton House and a world of possibilities and beginnings in creativity and refurbishment. This spectacular Gentleman's Residence originally built in 1875 benefits from a wealth of period features and offers over 7,000 square ft of accommodation. Boasting an immediate kerbside appeal enjoyed from Savile Road as you admire the architecture through the pillared entrance.
The staircase, galleried landing and lantern ceiling are breathtaking, qualities that would most certainly be retained by any spa treatment venue or boutique hotel. Throughout the property, you value the detail of the wood carving, ceiling roses and coving that all make Grafton House a period property to adore.
Taking considered attention to the floorplan you can see the versatile options the property provides in layout. The ground floor enjoys 3 reception rooms as well as a breakfast kitchen and home office.
With such a vast amount of internal space Grafton House is a fabulous property to convert into a wedding venue, care home, child care nursery and spa retreat amongst many other suggestions.

Parking to the property is located on Savile Crescent where the property has both an integral (accessed through the lower ground floor) and separate attached garage and driveway for several vehicles.