More than £826,000 was raised when Kirklees Council sold five of its assets.
The council put five plots of land and buildings up for auction and netted £826,500.
The highest sale was Dryfield House in Batley, which netted £325,000.
The character property and heritage asset has planning permission for change of use to flats, plus outline consent for a developer to build seven houses in the grounds.
Also sold was the former Slaithwaite Library, which sold for £132,000.
Library services moved out of the Britannia Road building earlier this year and into the town hall.
The former registrar building in Dewsbury sold for £104,500 - it already has planning permission to convert it into four flats.
Jagger Hill Farm in Kirkheaton was sold for £230,000 - way above its guide price of £150,00 to £175,000.
There is already planning consent to covert the barn and two cottages into new housing.
Finally, Kirklees received £35,000 from the sale of grazing land at Wilshaw Road in Meltham.
A final lot, a former council depot at Sherwood Avenue in Bradley was not sold. It had a guide price of £120,000.