The 'kitchen' - one third of the building has its floors in situ and the skeleton of what was a home remains.
A 1st floor 'bedroom' - this is to the rear of the building, another with its floor fully in tact is at the front.
Traces of the Hall's inhabitants - spiders and flies.
A view from the cellar of an external door, all but suspended in mid-air.
Ground floor to the rafters - a pretty spectacular view.
Another view of the rafters - to the right is one of the original chimney breasts, which can be seen in the photo below.
We will pop some more photos of the Hall's more interesting features, both internally and externally over the next few weeks & months. In the meantime, we are planning to build some temporary accommodation so we can live on site during the renovation. During which time we are looking forward to reclaiming the garden back from the brambles and nettles!!