Le Hall Place, a former manor house in Adderbury and former home of folklorist and Morris dancing preservationist Janet Heatley Blunt, has recently gone on the market with a guide price of £1,750,000.
The property, which is constructed from Hornton stone and has retained much of its original period features, has now been divided into six self-contained apartments and a cottage.
Fisher German, who listed the property on Tuesday, May 9, said: "The property probably dates back to the 14th and 15th centuries, with later 17th century additions. The property has extensive gardens and grounds, both formal and informal, with countryside views to the west.
"The property is currently divided into six self-contained apartments and a detached cottage.
"Alternatively, in the future, it could perhaps be transformed and restored back into the original Manor House, which would make it a truly impressive home of great stature."
For more information, contact Fisher German at 03301 658191 or at 2a, Banbury Office Village, Noral Way, Banbury.
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