A shot at liv­ing in house fit for a king

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

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.

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