The hunting house? See the interior of the historic North East Estate marketed for £ 2.25million


A 13th century estate in a private Tyne Valley setting has been brought to market for the first time in over 100 years, with a guide price of £ 2.25million.

Shield Hall, Grade II listed, is sold with walled gardens, grounds and a lake, a productive meadow, parks and woodlands, three well-appointed cottages, a bark tower and extensive traditional outbuildings, totaling approximately 100 acres. .

The estate was marketed by Savills.

Will Douglas, of the Savills Rural Agency team, said: “The sale of Shield Hall presents an incredibly rare opportunity to purchase an excellent example of a private estate, the origins of which can be traced back to the 13th century Peel Tower which is still standing today.

The Echo of the North:

“Rich in history, Shield Hall has been expanded and modified to create what is a beautiful house with exceptional features, grounds and gardens. The room itself, which dates back to the 18th century, is secluded in the center of the estate overlooking the lake and park, making it a very private position with breathtaking views from every angle. ”

The Echo of the North:

Shield Hall is located close to the village of Slaley and the historic market towns of Hexham and Corbridge.

The Echo of the North:

“Once on the fenced estate, which is accessed by a private lane lined with rhododendrons, mature trees and shrubs, it is very easy to forget that you are only 40 minutes from Newcastle. It’s a private, hidden haven that truly offers the best of both worlds, ”added Mr. Douglas.

  • Full property details can be viewed here.

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