7 of the best homes with tennis courts for sale in Yorkshire


Charnwood - Credit: Archant

How much would you love to net a house with a tennis court?


Highfield - Credit: Archant

Highfield, Ripley Road, Knaresborough

Price: £1,395,000

This imposing five-bedroom property, believed to date back to Victorian times, boasts an outstanding leisure complex with a dramatic full-height indoor pool, a gym and a tennis court.

The living accommodation briefly comprises three reception rooms, five bedrooms and three bathrooms. And outside you’ll find a three-car garage, a tractor shed, a summer house, an orchard, a kitchen gardens and formal gardens, extending to about 2.2 acres in all.

Contact: Knight Frank, Harrogate; knightfrank.co.uk/Harrogate; harrogate@knightfrank.co.uk; 01423 530088

Swinnow Hill

Swinnow Hill - Credit: Archant

Swinnow Hill, Wetherby, West Yorkshire

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Price: £2,350,000

You get a lot for your money at Swinnow Hill, most notably an attractive stone built country house in a particularly private position with gardens and grounds extending to a good 26.5 acres.

This is a six-bedroom property with a two-bedroom self-contained apartment, extensive garaging and parking, good-sized gardens, a tennis court, paddock and its own stretch of woodland.

Contact: Liz Morgan, Strutt & Parker; liz.morgan@struttandparker.com; 01423594803; (joint selling agent) Jackson-Stops & Staff; york@jackson-stops.co.uk; 01904 625033

York House

York House - Credit: Archant

York House, Park Lane, Womersley

Price: £795,000

York House is one of the most significant homes in the heart of the commutable conservation village of Womersley.

It’s tucked away down a winding driveway in around 1.32 acres and offers six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a detached double garage, a home office, a tennis court and level lawned gardens, perfect for picnics and pottering.

Contact: Tony Francis, Yorkshire’s Finest; 01924 663999; tony@yorkshiresfinest.org


Charnwood - Credit: Archant

Charnwood, Stokesley Road, Guisborough

Price: £750,000

This is a stunning 1930s property that’s been vastly extended in recent years to accommodate a growing family.

It’s set amid beautiful gardens and offers a whole roster of tempting extras including a tennis court, swimming pool, hot tub and an impressive Italian-style wet room.

Contact: Bridgfords, 50 High Street, Stokesley, TS9 5AX; 01642 711 555

Staveley Court

Staveley Court - Credit: Archant

Staveley Court, Staveley, near Knaresborough

Price: £3.45m

This grade two listed Georgian property is a real stunner.

It enjoys a fantastic setting on the western edge of this popular village and boasts seven immaculate bedrooms, two acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds and, as if that wasn’t enough to tempt you, a fenced and floodlit tennis court.

Contact: Tony Wright, Carter Jonas, Harrogate; 01423 523423; tony.wright@carterjonas.co.uk

The Old Lodge

The Old Lodge - Credit: Archant

The Old Lodge, Husthwaite, York

Price: £2.5m

Not so much a house as a small estate set in glorious rolling countryside.

The living space comprises three main reception rooms, a modern farmhouse kitchen, two cloakrooms, domestic offices, a principal bedroom suite with its own library and five further bedrooms.

There’s also a self-contained cottage, a five-box stable yard, a barn, a bluebell wood, a tennis court and a stream-fed pond, all in about 32.6 acres.

Contact: Edward Hartshorne, Blenkin & Co; 01904 671672; edward.hartshorne@blenkinandco.com

The Fairway

The Fairway - Credit: Archant

The Fairway, Alwoodley, Leeds

Price: £895,000

Set in a south-facing plot, the gardens of this lovely detached family home are a superb selling point, with large rear lawns, a patio ideal for entertaining and a tennis court.

The house itself offers five bedrooms and extensive reception space stretching to a generous 3,735sq ft, providing an unmissable opportunity to acquire a sizeable property in an exclusive north Leeds location.

Contact: Fine & Country, 2 Shadwell Lane, Leeds, LS17 6DR; 0113 203 4939; fineandcountry.com

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