How much did patshull Hall sell for?

How much did patshull Hall sell for?

Patshull Hall has been sold for more than £1 million to a mystery Black Country entrepreneur who plans to make it his family home. The 18th century Grade I-listed pile in Pattingham was put up for sale in 2013 after its previous owners went into receivership.

Who lives in Patshull Hall?

Patshull Hall was bought in 1997 by Neil Avery, a renovation specialist and entrepreneur, as a restoration project and the house was subsequently removed from the Buildings at Risk register. The renovated Hall later fell into administration before being purchased by Liam Wordley in 2015.

Who owns Patshull estate?

It is owned by the Crown Estate – which manages the Queen’s public estate – and extends across around 4,000 acres of farmland and woodlands at Patshull, near Pattingham.

What county is Patshull park in?

District South Staffordshire
Shire county Staffordshire
Region West Midlands
Country England

When was Patshull Hall built for Sir John Astley?

The Hall was built to designs by architect James Gibbs for Sir John Astley in about 1730. The main façade is of three storeys with seven bays, three of which are pedimented, and tower wings. The estate was acquired 1765 by Sir George Pigot, ( Baron Pigot from 1766), on his retirement as Governor of Madras.

When was Patshull Hall used as a school?

During the 20th century the house served as a rehabilitation centre in the 1940s and then until the 1980s as an orthopaedic hospital. During the 1990s the house fell into disrepair and was briefly used as a school.

Who was the owner of Patshull Hall in Madras?

The estate was acquired for £100,000 in 1765 by Sir George Pigot, ( Baron Pigot from 1766), on his retirement as Governor of Madras. The Pigot family sold the property to William Legge, 5th Earl of Dartmouth in 1848, whose son and heir Viscount Lewisham took residence.

Where is Patshull Hall Burnhill Green in Pattingham?

Triumphal Entry to Forecourt, Patshull Hall – Burnhill Green, Nr Pattingham. Patshull Hall is a substantial Georgian mansion house situated near Pattingham in Staffordshire, England. It is a Grade I listed building and by repute is one of the largest listed buildings in the county.