A GRADE II listed hall in Leicestershire that has been converted into residential apartments is now being managed by Innes England.
Coleorton Hall Management Company Ltd instructed Innes England to take on the management of its prestigious 19th Century building Coleorton Hall.
Jude Weston, associate director, said: “We are proud to be appointed to manage this historic property.
“The heritage of Coleorton Hall makes it particularly interesting to work on and our role will include the assessment of any necessary works to the hall and running the associated service charges.
“As a firm we are delighted to be able to play a role in ensuring the continued upkeep of this important building.”
The three-storey country mansion was sold by the National Coal Board (NCB) in 1997 for redevelopment and converted into high specification apartments.
A spokesperson for Coleorton Hall Management Company Ltd said: “The quality and uniqueness of this development needed property managers who could ensure its future is safeguarded while respecting its heritage.
“With Innes England’s expertise, we believe they were the most qualified team to ensure the best results for ourselves, the residents, and, most importantly, the hall itself.”
Coleorton Hall was the former seat of the Beaumont baronets of Staughton Grange. In 1862 the ninth Baronet substantially remodelled the house adding an additional third storey.
In 1948 the Beaumont’s sold the hall to the NCB which then used it as office accommodation until selling it on for redevelopment.
Innes England’s management team works with over 150 clients, manages 1500 tenants, collects £15m in rent annually and administers £2.5m of service charges.