Victorian Landmark Transformed into Unique Living Space

Wells House is a long-standing part of the coveted Ilkley landscape and holds a prestigious position at the foot of Ilkley Moor with stunning views towards Ilkley/Middleton.

During the Victorian golden age of the town, Ilkley’s spa water had visitors flocking from across the country and this was when Wells House was built to serve as a hotel to accommodate the many tourists who’d come to take a dip in the rejuvenating waters.

Visitors of note included Charles Darwin who underwent hydropathic treatment at Wells House when his book On the Origin of Species was published in 1859 and also Madame Tussaud who enjoyed the benefits of the spa water when on a visit.

A building with such a special history also comes with special features, greeted by a stunning atrium and sumptuous communal areas, this unique property is a piece of history to be treasured.

For more information about the apartment sale within Wells House please contact Lester Hurst by email or phone 01943 660 500.


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