The Treasurers House - York
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The Treasurers House is located next to York Minster. It is so called because from the Medieval times until 1547 the treasurers of York Minster lived on this site.
The property was donated to the National Trust in 1930 by the famous industrialist Frank Green.
Frank Green bought the House in 1897 and transformed it from a 'Bug Ridden slum' to a showcase for his vast collection of Arts and Antiques. All of which can still be seen inside the house as they were donated to the National Trust complete with the house.
The house was built above one of the main Roman roads in the city and in 1953 a local plumber has reported seeing legions of Roman Soldiers marching past him as he worked in the Cellar.
Visit the House to find out more about the Ghostly past and to see the fantastic collection of antiques and Memorabilia that Frank Green has donated.