Asking price of the Wilmslow home where paedophile Stuart Hall abused at least one of his victims slashed to £995,000
Currently incarcerated after receiving a total of 60 months in jail for the abuse of girls aged as young as nine years old, Stuart Hall controversially transferred the ownership of his Wilmslow home to his wife, Hazel, on 22nd February 2013. That house, which has the rather naff name ‘Quinta’, has been on the market for a year and recently its initial £1.2 million asking price has been slashed to just £995,000.
For sale through Gasoigne Halman and described as “constructed with influences of a Spanish villa”, the detached 2,885 square foot property includes two reception rooms, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a double garage.
An outdoor swimming pool is situated in the rear garden and aside it stands a castellated outbuilding providing a changing room and a shower room. Potential buyers will rightly shudder at the fact that this monster abused a ten-year old girl there after telling her to cuddle him “like she would one of her teddies”.
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