Cricket legend Geoff Boycott is selling his Yorkshire home to move to Cheshire

Geoffrey Boycott's home in Boston Spa is for sale for £2.85m. We take a look inside the prestigious property

Geoffrey Boycott and his wife, Rachael, are selling their home to be closer to their daughter in Cheshire.

Boston Hall, which Geoffrey and Rachael Boycott bought and renovated in 2012, is for sale with Croft Residential due to the couple relocating to Cheshire. They are leaving to be closer to their daughter, Emma. For the full story visit

Boston Hall is a Georgian gem in Boston Spa. It was offices and the Boycotts restored it back into a home

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Boston Hall now has a cricketing claim to fame and has a feng shui master's seal of approval. It is for sale via
Boston Hall was built in 1807. The Boycotts bought it in 2012. It comes with a staff flat and a cottage
The dining room befits cricketing royalty and has opulent gilded furniture
Geoffrey Boycott's wife, Rachael, was in charge of the decor and paid reference to Georgian style.
The kitchen was made by Peter Thompson of York to Rachael Boycott's specification
It's Britain's best-loved oven and the Aga is at the heart of the Boycotts' kitchen
The picture on the wall is a clue as to who lives at Boston Hall
One of the luxurious bedrooms with an array of Georgian windows
One of the bathrooms featuring a standalone copper bath and original Georgian shutters
Boston Hall has retained many of its original Georgian features and is Grade II listed
The large gardens and grounds have a putting and chipping green
The terrace runs the full length of the back of the house and overlooks the grounds