The Hall is a prestigious Grade I Listed 18th Century building. It is believed to have been developed by Alderman William Hussey, who was Mayor of Salisbury and Member of Parliament for the City.
The building is described as being of elaborate symmetrical design, featuring a bay carried on four Doric columns, with its classic Georgian proportions to windows across the frontage. Internally there are elaborate rooms with period detail, including an impressive entrance hall way with stone fireplace, with double height Library and first floor drawing room, which feature ornate plasterwork to walls and ceiling.
The building has planning consent for use as offices within Class B1, education and training and medical uses within Class D2.
A pre-application submission to Wiltshire Council has been made to establish the potential for conversion of the building into residential use and sub-division. A copy is attached, together with the submission documents. This envisaged sub-division into four residential units split over ground and first floors. The pre-application response indicates that planning consent may be achieved, subject to detailed submission of how sub-division may be undertaken to protect the historic fabric, confirmation that the property has been marketed to test demand for office use (this process has been completed) and subject to the outcome of a Flood Risk Assessment. Further details on request. Interested parties should satisfy themselves as to the suitability of their proposed use.