Sale of Castle Inn – 1796

Chesterfield, 17thSept. 1796

ALL that Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, with the Appurtenances, late part of the CASTLE INN, in Chesterfield, consisting of a DWELLING HOUSE, containing a good Low Kitchen, one Cellar, an extensive Kitchen, two good Chambers, a Closet, two Attics, and one other Closet.
Also all that spacious and elegant ASSEMBLY- ROOM, with a good Card Room, and six excellent Chambers over, and four good Rooms under, lately used as Coffee and Dining Rooms; a large Stable adjoining, which contains six slandings, with a good room over commonly used as a Cock-Pit: also a very large Stable, containing twelve slandings, with a room over : together with five other Stables capable of holding twenty two Horses, with Chamber over.
Also a large piece of vacant GROUND, at the lower end of the yard, very suitable and convenient for a Garden.
Possession of the Estate may be had by the purchaser, at the end of three months after the sale, and if desirable, part of the purchase money may remain on security.
To treat for the purchase, and for further particulars apply to Mess. WILLIAM and ROBERT WALLER, Attornies in Chesterfield.