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Farnley Hey, Farnley Tyas West Yorkshire

Farnley Hey is one of Britain’s most celebrated Modern houses. This four-bedroom home with spectacular views over the Pennines was designed by the architect Peter Womersley in 1954 as a wedding present to his brother. Maintained in remarkably original condition, it is a magnificent example of Mid-Century Modern architecture. It was one of the first post-war buildings to be listed (Grade II).

Visit: Farnley Hey, Farnley Tyas West Yorkshire

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