The Lordship of the Manor of Walkeringham
Situation: The village of Walkeringham is situated in a rural corner of the north east of the County of Nottingham bounded on the east by the River Trent which is tidal at this point and forms the boundary between the Counties of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. Brief History: This Manor was one of many in the area granted to Roger de Beuesli (spelling varies) by William the Conqueror circa 1086 following the Domesday Survey. Descent then followed through a variety of owners include the de Lovetots, the Abbots of Newstead near Nottingham, the North family and eventually through the Dukes of Newcaste to the Duke of Portland. Subsequently owned by a series of interesting characters, the Lordship is offered for sale by the present owner who wishes for someone else to have the privilege of the Title.
Interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities as to the availability of the services.
West Lindsey District Council
HSR Law, Staynor House, Newborn Court, Chapel Street, Epworth, DN9 1HH, Ref: Matthew White, Tel: 01427 872206
Administration Charge - £600 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.
Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.