Designed in 1843 by renowned Scottish architect William Burn, and built by the end of 1845. This Grade I listed Jacobean / Elizabethan style Manor House stretches to over 65,000sq ft, and boasts more than 100 rooms. It is set within 10 acres of lawns and listed woodland, and a medieval deer park, and has a number of outbuildings including a stable block and former brewhouse.
After years of multiple different uses and finally being left in a dilapidated state for the past 50 years at least, the house was purchased by a family of builders who now live on site, and have set about the restoration of this extraordinary property.
The property offers a stunning backdrop for photography and filming shoots, and although it is presented in an un-restored state, it has all of the amenities required to provide a usable shoot location. There is 3-phase, 240v power in the main state rooms of the house, and in the stable block, a bathroom, kitchen and green room facilities.
Nearest Rail: Boston
Parking: Hardstanding for 20 cars, and lawns that can accommodate 100+ cars weather depending.