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Cathy come home, to the real Wuthering Heights...<br />
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A historic country home that was a regular haunt of the Bronte family and the inspiration for Emily Bronte's iconic novel is on the market for £1.25m.<br />
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Ponden Hall, near Haworth in West Yorkshire, has fascinating and well-documented connections to the literary family.<br />
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At the time it had 'the finest library in West Yorkshire' which was used by the Brontes and Emily is said to have based parts of the Lintons' Thrushcross Grange and Heathcliffe's farmhouse in Wuthering Heights (1847) on the Grade II* listed home.<br />
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The property, which is currently run as a B&B, is now on the market with Fine & Country Leeds.