To Be Lett In
Guiseley For A Term Of Years
And entered to immediately.
All that commodious Messuage (house with out buildings)
situate near the Church in Guiseley aforesaid, in the possession of Mr Burnett.
A large Barn, Stables with Stands for ten Horses, Cowhouse, Gainery, Dovecoat
and other convenient Out Buildings, a Garden lately planted with choice Fruit
Trees and about 14 Days Work of Land, consisting chiefly of Meadow and Pasture
in exceeding good Condition with Common Rights on Guiseley Moor.
The Buildings are all new erected, well finished and
suitable for a Gentleman's family.
The Tenant may purchase the present Furniture upon a
Guiseley is pleasantly situated within two miles from
Otley, eight from Bradford and ten from Leeds.
Mr Hoyle of Guiseley will shew the premises and for
particulars enquire of Mr Wilson of Otley, aforesaid, Attorney at Law.
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