Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Saturday 26 April 1952 - Sale of Templar House
SALE OF RESIDENCE
HARRY HARRISON, F.A.L.P.A., is instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the UNITED KINGDOM HOTEL, METHLEY, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, at 7.30 p.m. the Secluded RESIDENCE known as TEMPLAR HOUSE, STATION ROAD, METHLEY.
Accommodation, entrance hall, lounge and dining room (both facing garden to south), kitchen, scullery, cellar for food, 4 bedrooms and bathroom with w.c. This attractive property is offered at very modest reserve with vacant possession on completion.
VIEW TODAY (SATURDAY), 2-4 p.m. or on application to Auctioneer, Bank Street, Castleford, Tel 2053 and 2054 or to Messrs. WIGIN and SON, Solicitors, 83, Albion Street, Leeds 1. Tel 23448.
The Leeds Intelligencer was founded by Griffith Wright in Leeds in 1754 as a four-page weekly and originally known as Wright’s Leeds Intelligencer. By the 1790’s it was viewed as the leading Tory organ in Yorkshire.
It was sold to the newly-formed Yorkshire Conservative Newspaper Company which turned the weekly Leeds Intelligencer into the daily Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, launched on July 2, 1866.
Last issue: 1866