Nora Batty's Holmfirth cottage has finally sold — after 10 YEARS on the market

Nora Batty's Holmfirth cottage has finally sold — after 10 YEARS on the market
 

One of the best-known pieces of television history – Nora Batty’s cottage in Holmfirth – has finally been sold after more than 10 years on the market.
The two-bedroom property attained fame through its use in dozens of episodes of Last of the Summer Wine, the world’s longest-running sitcom which ran from 1973 to 2010.
It was first placed on the market in 2006 and has been sold to Richard and Loretta Skelton as a rental business rather than a residential home.
Owner Neil Worthington, who bought the cottage in 2004 for £80,000, had previously failed to find an interested buyer since putting... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 37
Source: Examiner
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