THESE fascinating drone pictures show a unique view of the abandoned Daresbury Hall.

They were captured by Abandoned Urban Exploration Photography Cheshire on Tuesday.

The Grade II listed building can be seen in a state of disrepair.

It was devastated by a fire that tore through it back in 2016.

Daresbury Hall, which covers more than 16 acres of land, dates back to the mid-18th century and was built in 1759.

Warrington Guardian:

It was lived in by the Greenhall family and later on by Baron Daresbury.

The site was used in the Second World War as a military hospital and later operated as a residential home for people with learning disabilities.

Even more recently, it was home to a ‘Zombie Manor House’.

The experience was run by Zed Events and when you drop in onto the historic home on Google Maps, the property is splattered with blood with zombies scattered around.

Back in July, the Warrington Guardian reported that Daresbury Hall had been put on the market for £5 million.