A shot at living in house fit for a king
A former East Yorkshire shooting lodge used by King Edward VII is up for let.
Londesborough Hall, near Market Weighton, was built in 1839 and designed by the same architect who designed Chatsworth House. The King visited the Hall during his reign to attend shooting parties. Several additions have been made to the house over the years including extra servants’ quarters to accommodate the King’s staff. The southern part of the property is available to let for the first time in over 40 years. It includes a drawing room, study, kitchen, gun/utility room and nine bedrooms with a master suite and three bathrooms. Rent to be negotiated. Contact Carter Jonas tel: 01904 558200.