Grade II Annesly Hall in Nottinghamshire has been left to languish in neglect for decades since it was sold in 1973 with a fire in 1997 causing structural damage and leaving it uninhabitable.
The hall was built in the 13th century and the home of the Annesley family until it passed to the Chaworth family who remained at the hall until 1973 when Robert Patricius Chaworth-Musters sold the Hall and park to take up residence at Felley Priory.
A fire on the 16th May 2015 left the already derelict building as nothing more than a roofless shell and for than a year water has been pouring in destroying any remaining parts of the historic fabric.
It is now hoped that a recent application by a local developer to re-roof the building is a positive move to rescue the building and offers the potential to bring the building back into use.
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