Cuerden Hall, Shady Lane, Bamber Bridge
Substantial Grade II* Listed Hall and Grounds
9.2 hectares ( 22.73 acres ) — 3,139 m² ( 33,788 ft² )
Located in the Cuerden Valley, the Hall I approximately one mile to the south east of Bamber Bridge and one mile to the east of Leyland. Preston City Centre is 5 miles to the north. The property is situated off Shady Lane which links to the A49 which provides a direct route to the M6 Motorway and Junctions 28 and 29. The A49 also connects to the main A6.
Cuerden Hall is a Grade II* listed building from the Georgian era. It is currently used as a specialist care centre and operated by the Sue Ryder Charitable Trust. The Hall is principally arranged over ground and first floors and also has a large basement area. The accommodation provides for private bedrooms for in patients, administration and staff amenity. There are resident lounge and dining areas, a physiotherapy suite and a large commercial kitchen. There is also a former stable yard with associated buildings adjoining the main Hall itself. The Hall retains many of its original features, some of which have significant historical value.
The Hall enjoys panoramic views over Cuerden Valley Park and is accessed via a tree lined driveway and is set within its own grounds of 22.73 acres