Sale of Rock House, Conisborough

January 1882

Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer – Wednesday 25 January 1882

Rock House, Conisborough, midway between Rotherham and Doncaster.

Superior Detached Freehold Residence, nearly new with Vinery, Cucumber House etc.

All that most substantially built and well finished detached residence known as “Rock House,” Conisbrough, standing in its own grounds of nearly one acre.

The house contains spacious and lofty drawing, dining and morning Rooms.  Large entrance hall with Minton Tile floor five excellent bedrooms, dressing room with fixed lavatory and bath.  Numerous Box and Store rooms, and closets and WC.

The domestic offices are replete with every modern appliance and the out offices include boothouse, washhouse, coalhouse etc.

The grounds contain large vinery and cucumber House, and comprise both ornamental and kitchen garden.

The house was built for the present owner and occupier who is leaving the country and no expense was spared in the decorations and fittings.   It stands back from the Doncaster to Rotherham Road and in a dry and healthy situation. Only about twelve minutes’ walk from Conisbrough Railway Station and is supplied with hard and soft water and gas etc.

The premises are situate in a good hunting district.

Possession may be had on completion of the purchase. Further particulars, with orders to view may be obtained of the Auctioneers, 6, Hall Gate Doncaster: or of Messrs Shirley Atkinson & Shirley, Solicitors, Doncaster.