Open day for 18th century manor apartments

Developer Blueoak Estates to hold open day this weekend to showcase a new luxury apartment scheme in a Grade II-listed 18th century manor. Tony McDonough reports

Christleton Hall
Christleton Hall in Chester was built in 1750 and is being converted by Blueoak Estates


Blueoak Estates will hold an open day this weekend at its latest luxury apartments development in Cheshire.

Earlier this year Bleak, which specialises in upmarket residential schemes in Wirral and Cheshire, completed the conversion of Grade II-listed Christleton Hall into 14 apartments. Prices start at £315,000.

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Christleton Hall was built in 1750 and was originally used as a private residence and later as a boarding school. From 1974 to 2021 it was one of the causes of the University of Law.

On Saturday, July 15, Blueoak will welcome prospective buyers. Visitors will have the opportunity to view the two-bedroom show home and enjoy a guided tour of the phase one apartments.

Agents Savills reported “unprecedented levels of interest” in the scheme’s initial release to market. A similar level of interest is expected at this event.


One of the apartments at Blueoak’s Christleton Hall scheme


Set in extensive private grounds, there are two parking spaces for each apartment with an electric car charging point. Several of the homes have private access whilst others benefit from large terraces and lift access.

Iain MacLean, managing director of Blueoak Estates, said: “This scheme is attracting lots of attention for all the right reasons. We launched only weeks ago and we already have a number of reservations.

“We believe that the development will appeal to a specific audience looking to remain within idyllic Christleton, and with the many benefits of a modern luxurious home that offers lifestyle choices ideal for the ‘rightsizer.”

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