The 15-bedroom, 12-acre UK Country Estate is on the market for £ 3.75 million (US $ 4.46 million).
The red brick mansion, known as Ashley Hall, is located in the village of Thornton near Blackpool, a seaside resort in northwest England. This is the first time the property has been available for approximately 50 years, according to Lancashire’s Fine & Country agency, which listed the property at the end of June.
“Ashley Hall has been the residence of one of Blackpool’s most successful hoteliers for over 50 years. He was so closely associated with the entertainment world that he hosted many famous faces at Ashley Hall. “Fine & Country’s Marc Bolan said in an email.
According to the agent, the late hotel owner James (Jimmy) Porter owned the property. After Porter died in 1993, his business partner, Ren Locliffe, took over the property. Locliffe died last year and was in his late 80s. Blackpool gusset..
Thornton has a theater, and many of the stars on the stage eventually arrived at the estate.
“Ashley Hall has become the second home of many of Blackpool’s summer show stars, including Danny Larou, Vince Hill, Moira Anderson, Dorothy Squire, Joe Ron Thorne, and Betty Legs Diamond,” said a retired judge. Said Sir Richard Henriques. According to The Gazette, at the funeral of Locliffe. “Opening night parties, dinner parties, fancy dress parties, end-of-season parties, many charity events that have been very well funded for local charities, and open every Sunday afternoon. There was a house. “
According to the list, the main building, built in the 1920s, retains the details of the era, including the original plasterer, sash windows, fireplace, high ceilings and “extraordinary proportions”. The reception room includes a luxurious Louis XIV living room with herringbone floors, a dining room with windows, and an oak paneled recreation room with a stone fireplace. The house boasts 4 bedrooms and 2 additional apartments for guests or staff.
Other amenities include a solarium, an indoor pool, two two-bedroom cottages, four double garages, a large workshop, a stable block with six stalls and a Dutch barn, three paddock and “bridles in the area”. There are “great choices for the way”. Liszt said.