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Conman's former home for sale

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The former home of one-time Midland Motor Museum owner and convicted conman Keith Partridge has come on to the market with an asking price of £2 million, we can reveal today.

The former home of one-time Midland Motor Museum owner and convicted conman Keith Partridge has come on to the market with an asking price of £2 million, we can reveal today.nextpageHallway

Stanmore Hall is a 10-bedroom mansion at Stanmore, just outside Bridgnorth, which was owned by Mr Partridge who was jailed for six-and-a-half years for theft and fraud offences. It is being sold by a private individual.nextpageStanmore

The current owner bought it off the receivers when Mr Partridge was convicted.nextpageStanmore Hall being sold by Savills

Tony Morris-Eyton, who heads the selling agents Savills, said today: "Stanmore Hall is an impressive Georgian country house of great standing. Our client has completely refurbished it, hence it is being offered in fabulous condition."nextpageInterior at Stanmore Hall

The accommodation includes reception hall, drawing room, morning room, formal dining room, billiard room, kitchen with dining and sitting areas, cloakroom, boot room, 10 bedrooms, four bathrooms and a shower room.nextpageHall up for sale

Planning permission has been obtained to convert this area into a leisure complex with indoor swimming pool and gym. The gardens, grounds and parklands extend to about eight acres. For further details call Savills on (01952) 239500.

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