A high calibre diverse country estate presenting a number of opportunities for diversification.

The principal manor house, Wood Hall, date from the 16th Century and is a beautifully proportioned house in an exceptional, elevated setting.

To the north west of Wood Hall is the impressive Old Stable Block and Cart Shed, where planning consent has been achieved for the sensitive conversion to create 8 further residential units. In addition, there is planning permission for the development of 4 further dwellings at the traditional buildings at Ash Hill, in the southern part of the Estate.

The existing residential portfolio comprises 7 dwellings, a number of which have been improved to a high standard and therefore provide a stable income stream to the Estate.

Surrounding the park extends to around 320.5 acres (129.7 hectares).

The topography of the Estate, landscaping of the park and mixed, mature woodland parcels, extending to 127 acres (51.5 hectares), create a high quality shoot based around the core estate, though enhanced by the sporting rights held over a further 835 acres (338 hectares).

Key features

Grade II* Listed manor house in outstanding private Repton designed parkland with uninterrupted views.

Substantial stable block and two further buildings with planning consent for 8 residential units.

Traditional farm steading with planning permission for a further 4 residential units.

Seven farmhouses and cottages.

Productive, irrigated arable land extending to 320.5 acres.
Grain storage and general purpose farm buildings.
Significant amenity and sporting appeal.

No public rights of way.

In all about 599.5 acres (242.65 hectares).

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Hmaconochie@savills.com
Phone: +447870999589

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A high calibre diverse country estate, The existing residential portfolio comprises 7 dwellings, a number of which have been improved to a high standard and therefore provide a stable income stream to the Estate.

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