Bell Meadow Property Developments has submitted a full planning application together with a related listed building consent to restore the Grade II-listed Somerford Booths Hall in Congleton, Cheshire.
The developer aims to transform the Hall back into a family home, which it said was the original purpose when built in 1612, following the submission of plans by HOW Planning on its behalf.
The applications aim to restore the main house as well as add three new properties to be built within the grounds.
Throughout the preparation of the application, HOW said extensive research has been carried out with the former Congleton Borough Council and English Heritage to ensure any future plans take into account the original architecture and design whilst at the same time introducing new elements required for a modern family home.
Carol Clarke, a planner at HOW, said: "Somerford Booths Hall is in a stunning rural location in the heart of Cheshire. The additions that have been made over the years have been very poor, so we are committed to ensuring the whole estate is transformed to an extremely high standard and the Hall is restored to its former status. We believe the proposals we have submitted will achieve this aim and more."
Congleton Borough Council became part of Cheshire East Council, when it was launched in April last year.