This stunning Grade 1 Listed Building maintains its historic character, whilst offering the facilities and accommodation to suit a range of modern businesses.
Set in a superb landscaped environment with carefully planned car parking facilities and access, The Hall is the perfect setting for any business that is looking for quality, high-impact offices.
The Hall is ideally located within easy walking distance of the fantastic business, transport and leisure facilities offered by the unique market town of Beverley.
Currently the hall has been adapted for use as superior quality offices for a high profile organisation, having previously been the headquarters of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
However whilst ideal as an office headquarters the building also offers an exciting opportunity for specialist leisure or restaurant facilities, or even a boutique hotel and spa (subject to planning).
Some of The Hall’s finest architectural and decorative treasures however, can be found in the drawing room. Here the splendid stucco ceiling, created by the great John Carr of York is in sharp contrast to the stunning, hand-painted Chinese wallpaper below.
The wallpaper is a fine example of the papers imported by the Walker family who occupied
The Hall from 1802 to 1925. Little touches throughout The Hall maintain the truly prestigious character, and historic significance of the property.
Originally built in the early 18th Century by the Warton family, the residence was subsequently acquired by Sir James Pennyman who spared no expense in remodelling and extending the house. Numerous attractive and, in many cases, rare features provide a timeless testimony to his exquisite taste.
The welcoming hall and staircase, two grand reception rooms, the stucco wall panelling and Adamesque doors, door and window cases still combine to create the atmosphere of the period.
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