Approx 4.5 acres including pond , woodland & paddock
Main Hall with 13 bedrooms, 12 reception rooms
Courtyard with 5 bed barn conversion, 3 bed semi & 2 x 2 bed cottages.
Owners whom are Medical Professions are willing to consider a JV
Hall no longer required as family home hence the property is offered for sale
LOCATION ( DE11 8BL)
Boothorpe enjoys a most tranquil position, located approximately 1 mile from the sought after village of Blackfordby, which lies 2 miles from the market town of Ashby - de- la - Zouch. Boothorpe is a small cluster of houses situated on a no through road, with a real community spirit. A convenient location, for ease of access to both Ashby and Burton on Trent town centres, with ease of access to the M42, M1, A50 and A38, linking in perfectly major towns and cities at Derby, Nottingham, Leicester, Coventry, and Birmingham, together with East Midland's & Birmingham's International Airports.
Blackfordby is a small village that lies approximately a mile North West of Ashby de la Zouch. A footpath connects the two which takes approximately 25 minutes to walk.
The village boasts an award winning village hall and two public houses. It has a small park which is well kept and donated to the villagers in 1894.
There has been a "settlement by the black ford" since the 9th century when the Danes sailed up the River Trent and occupied much of this area. It is mentioned in the Leicestershire survey of 1125 and there has almost certainly been a church in Blackfordby since the 11th century.
The highly desirable affluent ANCIENT MARKET TOWN of Ashby De La Zouch, Leicestershire sits to the heart of the NATIONAL FOREST an inspiring 200 sq miles of forestry within the counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Staffordshire linking the ancient forests of Needwood & Charnwood. The forest attracts 7.8 million visitors p.a. spending £314.7million locally and provides employment for circa 4437 full time workers. Local favoured villages such as Smisby, Coleorton, Blackfordby, Melbourne, Ticknall with National Trust Treasure Calk Abbey with its famed deer park and the splendours of Staunton Harold are amongst the highly prized residential locations with the high volume of tourism to not only the forest but other attractions such as “Conkers” 120 acres of mature woodlands, adventure park and discovery centre & Ashby Castle. Ashby has recently been noted as the 8th most desirable Market Town in the country and is one of the top 10 growth areas of the UK The town sits off the
A (M 42) linking with M1, M6, M5 and East Midland Airport (6mls) & Birmingham International (14mls).
GA-SELECT are proud to present this palatial Grand Hall situated in Boothorpe, a hamlet mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086.
The property sits within its own courtyard, and there is an opportunity to purchase the whole development and own your own village!
The total plot, consisting of a 5 bedroom barn conversion, 3 bed semi detached, and 2 x 2 bedroom semi-detached cottages all of which belong to the Hall and included within the sale. In total including an adjacent paddock, there is approx 4.5 acres of land on offer.
We believe the property dates back to the early 19th century and the property has been in the owners family for the last 10 years. The footprint can be seen in the floor plan enclosed. The property comprises 13 bedrooms and 12 living rooms/excluding bathrooms. There is a grand Ballroom, seated reception area, large study, dining room, two sitting rooms, drawing room, cold room, chefs preparation room and a stunning bespoke kitchen, a gymnasium and a mini spa with sauna and massage area complete with shower room. In addition there is a newly added spacious sun room to the rear of the property. Adjacent to this you have a decking area with family heated hot tub.
The views from the sun room over look the tranquil grounds around the Hall. [The property is situated in a courtyard setting with a spacious 5 bedroom barn conversion and 2 semi detached cottages which are available by separate negotiation]. There is garaging and parking for up to 10 cars accessed from the front of the property, and there are wrought iron engraved gates opening onto the gravelled driveway onto the courtyard.
Currently the hall is used as a family home however as the family has grown up it is no longer needed for this purpose.
This superb property can be best described as “Tranquil yet inspiring” . Set on circa 4.5 acres includes the Hall, Courtyard, conversions, duck pond, paddock & woodlands. The setting attracts an array of wild life making it an idyllic backdrop for change of use to EXTRA CARE FACILITIES AND A RETIREMENT VILLAGE
We are advised by our client that the property is offered as a total FREEHOLD
We are advised Water Sewerage Electric all Main facilities
The potential of this site is far reaching and well suited for change of use to provide exceptional returns on investment. The Local Authority, North West Leicestershire District Council , has shown a positive response to early enquiries for the type of development that is possible on this site, as has the neighbouring Local Authority of South Derbyshire.
A TRULY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE WHAT IS ARGUABLY A PRIME SUSTAINABLE LOCALE FOR INVESTMENT & DEVELOPMENT
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