Nine-bedroom stately home in Cumbria for sale for price of London flat — with a maze but no roof or windows

You could purchase a two-bedroom flat in Zone 2 or 3 for GBP450,000. If you’re willing to relocate 300 miles north, you can buy a two-bedroom flat in Zone 2 or 3. The sprawling hall has almost 14 acres of land. However, it lacks a roof. There are also windows. And windows. “I live on the same street as our little estate, and I wanted something for my son to inherit,” said Mr. Boyle. “I also wanted it to be saved from redevelopment. Someone had granted planning permission to build 11 flats in the main home and 11 houses on its grounds. I was afraid that someone else would follow that example and want to build 50 homes. The hall was built in 1660 using the Jacobean style, and then extended in 1875. It was built in 1660 in the Jacobean style and extended in 1875. Work has also begun on converting some of the outbuildings: the stable block, a tower, a one bedroom annexe, and a barn which he used as an office during the pandemic.RightmoveSadly somebody else will now have to complete the project. Mr Boyle and Ilona are divorcing and the property must be sold as part the settlement. “Do I regret anything?” He said, “Not at all.” “The first thing we can say is that we saved it and we have had ten great years. “Sam Gibson, the head of Galbraith’s residential agency in the north of England, stated that he had conducted more then 20 viewings of the hall in less than a week and received “a few offers”. He said that it is becoming very popular. It seems to be capturing people’s imaginations from all walks of life. Mr Gibson estimates that the renovation of the house will cost between GBP2m and GBP3m. However, the work done by Mr Boyle means that you could live in the annexe while enjoying the grounds and the evocative ruined home. He said, “It would make the perfect bolt hole.”