Revealed: The majestic Cheshire country home which remains a pipedream
Rightmove We have Tatton Hall and Cholmondeley Castle, to name just two, but one majestic country house in Cheshire remains unbuilt.
Grafton Hall could be a 38,000sq ft mansion, with nine bedrooms, staff quarters and its own leisure wing.
At the moment it remains a pipedream.
The entire 55-acre plot, which comes with planning approval already in the bag, is being advertised online.
It lies just outside Tilston, near Malpas, and is available for £2.75m.
Cheshire West and Chester Council approved a Grafton Hall application as far back as 1996. It has since been taken on by multiple... read more
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