Savile was originally built as a 12-room hostel with a three room flat on the top floor for one of the resident tutors. In later years it was converted into three more student bedrooms, hence the slightly unusual layout.
[It’s named after the Savile family – another wealthy land-owning family, neighbours with extensive estates near Barnsley.]
The photos were taken by Alan Parker, David Newland and John Morrissy.
The rooms are in ascending order. Hover to get label and click to enlarge.
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