A wing of Liverpool's Croxteth Hall has been restored after it was damaged by fire in the 50s.
The Queen Anne or south-west wing of the Hall was hit by a blaze in December 1952.
The £400,000 refurbishment means the Hall can be fully used for the first time in more than 60 years.
A wing of Liverpool's Croxteth Hall which was damaged by fire more than sixty years ago is to be restored to its former glory.
The four hundred thousand pound refurbishment will transform two rooms which will be made available for weddings. The work has been approved by English Heritage
The makeover will include plastering, installing wood paneling, new windows and lighting along with a major decoration scheme to make them look as stylish as the original.
It's expected to be finished by the summer.