Coun­try home with lots of po­ten­tial

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

ANY­ONE want­ing to take on a coun­try house project should take a look at Marske Hall, near Rich­mond.

On the mar­ket at £2.5m, it was last sold in 1951 in a semi-derelict con­di­tion purely for its valu­able stonework.

The busi­ness­man who bought it saved it from de­mo­li­tion by con­vert­ing it into flats.

It still re­tains a host of pe­riod fea­tures in­clud­ing carved balus­ters and fine Ital­ianate plas­ter­work to­gether with im­pres­sive fire­places and wal­nut pan­elled rooms.

Nick Tal­bot, of Carter Jonas in Har­ro­gate, says: “It will ap­peal to a pur­chaser look­ing to re­store it to its for­mer glory”.


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