Credit: Strike

Eastern wing of historic 14th century Lancashire castle with cinema and tennis court on the market for £1.95m

This property offers someone the chance to acquire the Eastern wing of one of the North West's most historically-significant homes.

By Jack Marshall
Thursday, 16th June 2022, 7:20 am
Updated Thursday, 16th June 2022, 7:21 am

On the market for £1.95m with Strike, this seven-bed property in East Lancashire is named Huntroyd Hall and occupies the original 14th century site of a hunting lodge of John O' Gaunt, brother of King Edward III. The property itself features original fittings including Italian marble fireplaces and Argentinian mahogany, stone mullioned windows, a breakfast kitchen with island unit, a dining room, huge bedrooms, a cellar, a cinema room, a courtyard and outbuildings, and a garden boasting wonderful rural views, extensive parkland gardens, and a lawn tennis court. Take a look around...

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