A buyer has the chance to snap up two disused hunting lodges along with more than four acres of land for £200,000.
Last used in 1966, the brick-built hunting lodges, at Whitehouse Farm, in Tamworth Road, Measham, are now a sad sight; vandalised and emptied with crumbling walls. However, the site is now up for sale.
It is being marketed as a redevelopment opportunity with permission to convert the buildings into homes. Whitehouse Farm is a large period property set in a rural position, but in need of improvement and refurbishment, said a spokesman. The property was once used as two hunting lodges and had kennels within the walled garden.
To the north of the property there is a row of traditional red brick buildings which are thought to have been used as the kennels.
However, the sale comes with the warning that the property is in need of complete renovation and that it is unsafe to walk into the first floor bedrooms as the place is so run down.