Country house rescue needed for listed halls
William Markham, then secretary to the first ever Governor General of India Warren Hastings.
Between 1953 and 1989, Becca Hall was also used by The National Grid as a control centre for the Leeds electricity network and, subsequently, there are extra extensions to the side of the original house.
The property is of a classical style and has numerous period features relating to its history, including a ‘Tuscan’-style porch and lion-embellished oak door.
The hall is need of restoration and has potential for conversion into a variety of uses, including family home, offices or hotel/ wedding venue, subject to the necessary planning permissions.
Inside, there are several period features, including a flying stone staircase and moulded plaster decoration.
Becca Hall is located in the village’s parkland and has stunning views.
BECCA HALL AND AISLABY HALL: In need of a country house ‘rescue’.