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5 Bedroom Detached House Burton Hall , Burton, Tarporley, UK, United Kingdom, CW6 0ER


Property highlights

  • Five large bedrooms
  • Three living rooms
  • Oak library and study area



Full description

This is a competition to win Burton Hall.

Included in the prize is…

£50,000 cash

Standard Stamp Duty included as detailed in the Terms & Conditions

Elizabethan Hall with Victorian Cottage

Bespoke furniture and fittings

Stunning views of the countryside

Handcrafted oak drawing room

Two fireplaces for open fires

Walk in pantry, laundry and utility room

Two formal dining rooms

Service from kitchen by a pulley system Dumb Waiter

A Music Room with full size Schiedmayer Grand Piano

A downstairs cloakroom

Private walled garden to Victorian Cottage

Elizabethan gardens with formal parterre

Rose garden with bespoke gazebo and obelisks

Stables with space for two stalls and tack room

Tractor-mower and log store

Outdoor kennels

Large pond teeming with wildlife – small boat for fishing

If the target is not met, the prize will be substituted with a cash prize equal to the total of the Fees received less transaction fees and the Promoter’s reasonable administrative costs as detailed in the

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Nearest stations :
  • Mouldsworth( 4.28 mi)
Welcome to Burton Hall. Described by Webb in the 17th century as a “fine and fair conceited built house of brick….a square building with bay windows and stone mullions….each side rises into one large gable, the house is assumed to have been built in C1568 as a private residence for wealthy landowner, lawyer and politician, John Werden. It remained the property of the Werden family until the late 18th century and records do not indicate why ancestors of John Werden, great-grandson of the Halls original owner, were compelled to sell it.

The hall fell into local farming ownership in the late 19th century and the subsequent decline of the structure into virtual dereliction by the late 20th century, reflected the lack of investment; presumably brought about by difficult circumstances; in the general maintenance of the Hall, its grounds and outbuildings. Over the centuries, the 140 acres attributed to the hall in early records, have been lost, as have the original gardens, columbaria and ancient orchard. The property returned to private ownership in 2006, and following considerable restoration, was transformed into an Elizabethan structure to survive future centuries. Featured on Wikipedia

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