Axwell Hall is a nationally important jewel of Palladian architecture and for this reason is listed by English Heritage Grade II*, acknowledging its status as one of the top 8% most important buildings in the UK.
It was built in 1758 for Sir Thomas Clavering, the Seventh Baronet of Axwell, to the designs of James Paine - one of England’s most notable architects of the period.
The Hall is now undergoing a careful restoration and by 2016 eight property ltd will offer for sale twenty 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom quintessentially elegant and highly individualistic apartments.
Life in the Hall will encapsulate stylish living in grand surroundings. There will be nothing else quite like it.