Carlton Manor, 23 Parkfield Road, Manningham
- Grade II Listed Building
- Large site including garden
- Former care home
- Residential area
The property is situated on Parkfield Road, close to its junction with Oak Avenue, in a predominantly residential area. The building is immediately to the rear of the former Bolton Royd Bradford College Campus, which we understand has now been sold for residential purposes, and is surrounded by a large number of other substantial former detached residential properties, utilised for a variety of predominantly residential uses. In the immediate vicinity is the Dubrovnik Hotel, the Park Hotel, Cartwright Hotel, Oak Lodge etc.
The property comprises a substantial Grade II Listed former dwelling, which was constructed between 1850 and 1860 and has subsequently been converted to provide a 24 bedroom care home with ancillary accommodation and includes an additional area suitable for extension and conversion. The property was previously registered for 29 residential and occupies a total site area, grounds and gardens of 0.305 hectares (0.753 acres).
The ground floor provides an entrance hallway, leading to ornate inner hallway with staircase, living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens and bedrooms. Above this, there is a large first floor again with a number of bedrooms, attic storage facilities and basement kitchen, boiler room, laundry area and toilets.
To the rear of the main building is an annex, known as “The Nunnery” which has lain disused for some time, but is considered suitable for conversion into additional living areas. The property is considered suitable for a variety of alternative uses, subject to necessary planning and listed building consents being obtained.