Your chance to buy big piece of history
firstname.lastname@example.org Do you have a spare £2.4 million lying around in a drawer gathering dust?
If so, you could be the proud new owner of a Jacobean manor house which is now up for sale in Ashford. Boys Hall, in Willesborough, is being advertised by Strutt and Parker.
In its history of more than 400 years, the building has been a home, as well as being used to host weddings and conferences, and offering luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation.
Boys Hall is a Grade II listed property which was originally built in 1616 by the Boys family, who had previously been known Ashford and the surrounding areas contain around 1,700 listed properties, including Lympne Castle, Eastwell Towers, Boys Hall and Godinton House.
The Listed Property Owners as De Bois, having originally landed in England from France at the time of the Norman Conquest.
The family lived there for many years before it was finally transformed into a hotel.
Boys Hall is set in spacious grounds of around three acres, with formal lawns and a walled garden that contains a large Club’ is urging owners or those thinking of purchasing such properties to ensure they are correctly insured.
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Any sale will not be completed until after this summer’s wedding bookings have taken place.
To view the property online, visit www.struttandparker.com and search for Willesborough.