A HISTORIC hall in Burgh le Marsh is back on the market with planning permission for 14 properties.
The hall originally ran as a care home until 2007 and was then bought by developers, Majesticare, who put a detailed planning application forward to convert the hall into luxury accommodation earlier this year.
The hall is on the market through JHWalter and stands at a guide price of £875,000.
The hall currently sits in mature, landscaped grounds of approximately 3.65 acres and is filled with original period features including walled gardens.
The hall has a number of redevelopment opportunities and comes complete with planning permission permitting a total of 11,435 square feet to be split into nine generous apartments with an additional five new three and four bedroom houses to be constructed in the grounds, in a form to represent a stable block.
Burgh Hall was built in 1841 for Sir George Crauford, third baronet of Crauford and vicar of Burgh le Marsh for the sum of £3,000.
John Elliott, partner at JHWalter, said: “It’s an extremely elegant house, set in beautiful grounds.
“Burgh Hall will be a stunning refurbishment of sizeable apartments and five new houses and provides an opportunity to create an exclusive development.
“The garden will be a shared haven of peace for the residents.”
Further details are available from Sally Peet or John Elliott at JHWalter, Lincoln 01522 504319 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Details of the planning permission may be obtained from the planning section at www.eldc.gov.uk