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Oak Hill Mansion, Oak Hill Park, Manchester Road, Accrington, BB5 2BN
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Size: 8,302 Sq Ft (771.26 Sq M)

To Let

Property Details

To Rent: On Application

Key Features

Historic Grade II Listed Commercial Premises

Previous links to the stars of Alice in Wonderland

Constructed in 1815 by Thomas Hargreaves

Former supported living scheme incorporating 13 x bedrooms

Used as museum by Local Authority until 1947

Suitable for a variety of uses, including Nursery, Treatment Facility, Clinic, Care Home, etc

Located within beautiful, private grounds

On-site car parking

Rental - On Application

Description

The Oak Hill Estate dates back to the mid-eighteenth century. In 1889, the estate belonged to Reginald Gervis Hargreaves, who was married to Alice Liddell, the model for Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland'.

The property itself comprises of a beautifully restored two storey, Grade II listed, detached former mansion, converted into 13 'luxury' assisted bedrooms, each incorporating wet rooms, together with communal lounges, dining and ancillary accommodation, together with 2 bedroom manager's apartment.

The property comprises 608 sq m (6,544 sq ft) of gross internal accommodation, plus a basement of 165.4 sq m (1,758 sq ft).

The property may suit a range of uses, including care home, clinic/treatment facility, nursing home, school/college, day nursery, etc - subject to planning permission.

Location

The property is situated within the attractive Oak Hill Park, located approximately half a mile south of Accrington Town Centre, within a largely residential area. The property occupies a prominent and elevated position fronting Manchester Road (A680). Accrington (population 34,456) lies 20 miles north of Manchester and 6 miles east of Blackburn.