20 bedroom detached house
The Flass, Maulds Meaburn, Penrith, Cumbria CA10
Lot 18 **for sale by auction** on 30th January at 12:00 at Kensington Town Hall, 195 Hornton Street, Kensington, London W8 7NX
A Grade II* listed detached mansion, believed to comprise in the region of twenty bedrooms, set in extensive grounds. Internal inspection has not been possible, and interested parties should rely on their own enquiries.
The property is understood to be in a derelict condition and has been vandalised. It is in need of renovation.
The Flass is situated in the Westmorland Dales National Park, in a rural village approximately six miles from Appleby and fourteen miles from Penrith
Local Authority Eden District Council
nb. Only cleared funds will be accepted by way of 10% deposit.
Nnb. The plan shown is for reference purposes only and is not drawn to scale. Reproduction from the Ordnance Survey Mapping with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty's Office Crown Copyright es .
Internal inspection will not be possible
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