Hey House is without doubt the finest historic building in this locality. This Grade II* listed building was built by Robert Browne in 1616. The property was improved by additions in the form of east and west wings which were added later that century. The main building is a typical 17th century grand house built from coursed stone in the local vernacular style. This extraordinary property has been the home of just a handful of privileged people and is said to have been built as a hunting lodge for the de Trafford family.
In the 1940's it was split into two residences as it still stands today. Throughout the property there is original features including fireplaces, stain glass windows and wood panelling all adding to the character and charm.
This is a rare opportunity to live at the heart of a grand estate in the rural setting of Holcombe and is currently being sold with no onward chain.
To the front are magnificently landscaped gardens designed to enable you to relax with the views over North Bury and beyond.
Only by viewing first hand will you be able to fully appreciate the beauty of this stunning period property.