Oakwood Hall, Wylam, is on the market through Bradley Hall. Picture: Bradley Hall.
Oakwood Hall, in Wylam, Northumberland, is a Grade II-listed Georgian manor house with a price tag of £1,250,000. Listed through Bradley Hall, it’s quite the steal when you look at what the building has to offer within its walls. Set over three floors, plus a basement level, the property could be transformed into an idyllic family home, a boutique hotel or a run of apartments with the right person at the helm. Oakwood Hall was built in the 1800s and listed in 1969. Take a look inside and see if it’s up your street.
The building is set in around 27 acres of Northumbrian countryside.
The building was constructed during the early 1800s.
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There are a wealth of original period features still in tact at the property.
Oakwood Hall is situated approximately one mile north of Wylam.
The property is in need of repair and modernisation.
This building has been home to a number of prominent local families including Norman Charles Cookson and various members of the Blackett family.
Could you take on this project?
Once renovated, the property would offer 9400 square foot of floor space across three above-ground floors and a basement level.
According to agent Bradley Hall, the building would suit a number of commercial uses such as a bed & breakfast, boutique hotel or set of apartments.
The ground floor includes a formal drawing room, sitting room, living room, dining room, kitchen, boiler room and garage with a mezzanine level.
Located within the roof space of the property, the former servants’ quarters have partially undergone a conversion and currently offers three rooms which could be used as bedrooms.
Located within the heart of the Tyne Valley, Oakwood Hall benefits from excellent local transport links to Newcastle city centre. It also has many local amenities.
The huge house is also close to a number of local schools.
This property could be transformed - are you the one to take it on?