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Woodfold Hall was built in the early 19th Century by Henry Sudell; a cotton merchant from Blackburn. Henry Sudell was declared bankrupt in 1827 and the property was then acquired by Daniel Thwaites founder of the well known local brewery.

current sale price £435,000

original sale 31/10/07:

13, Woodfold Hall, Woodfold Park, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7QA

Flat, Leasehold, Not New Build

£485,000 31-Oct-2007

Map (BB2 7QA)

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Asking price £435,000. £250 pa leasehold charge. Service charge currently £2478.00 per annum. Blackburn.

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Same posh bit:

2007-07-06 4, The Coach House Woodfold Park, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7QA

Flat, Leasehold add details...

£335,000

2013-06-05 4, The Coach House Woodfold Park, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7QA

Flat, Leasehold add details...

£270,000

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A. original sale

2009-09-28 5, The Coach House Woodfold Park, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7QA

Flat, Leasehold add details...

£475,000

now being marketed for £429,950

B. original sale

2007-10-31 13, Woodfold Hall Woodfold Park, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7QA

Flat, Leasehold add details...

£485,000

now being marketed for £435,000

C. original sale

2006-09-04 9 The Wings, Woodfold Hall, Woodfold Park, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 7QA

Terrace, Leasehold add details...

£507,500

now being marketed for £450,000

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