Bewsey Old Hall – Photos
Derelict for over 25 years, the building now houses five generously planned apartments and two houses which are fully occupied following sales to owner-occupiers and investors.
The largely Jacobean building is of three storey construction with distinctive chimneys and stone mullion windows. In September 2011 a fire badly damaged the entire west wing of the property destroying all floors and the roof, leaving the remaining shell in a dangerous condition.
Bewsey Old Hall’s interiors are rich in Jacobean detail. Enormous beams, trusses and handmade brick walls were carefully cleaned and restored after specifically Listed wattle and daub walls were encased and protected. In contrast to the fabric of the Listed building, all kitchens, bathrooms and finishes are both modern and minimalist in design.