Alfreton Hall is a country house in Alfreton, Derbyshire. The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who were linked to local industry, mainly in coal mining T. A new hall was built on the estate around 1724–25 by Rowland Morewood, with an additional wing added in 1855 by William Palmer-Morewood (architect Benjamin Wilson). This made the hall a very substantial property.

Alfreton Hall is a country house in Alfreton, Derbyshire. The history of the estate goes back to Norman times, but by the 17th century it was owned by the Morewood family, who were linked to local industry, mainly in coal mining T. A new hall was built on the estate around 1724–25 by Rowland Morewood, with an additional wing added in 1855 by William Palmer-Morewood (architect Benjamin Wilson). This made the hall a very substantial property.

Palladian portico of Kedleston Hall Kedleston Hall is a stately home in Derbyshire, England, owned by the National Trust. It is the seat of the Curzon family and was built from 1759-65 for Nathaniel Curzon, the first Baron Scarsdale. The main architect was Robert Adam, the famous exponent of neoclassicism. This picture shows the central section of the north front of the house with its grand portico, held up by Corinthian columns.

Palladian portico of Kedleston Hall Kedleston Hall is a stately home in Derbyshire, England, owned by the National Trust. It is the seat of the Curzon family and was built from 1759-65 for Nathaniel Curzon, the first Baron Scarsdale. The main architect was Robert Adam, the famous exponent of neoclassicism. This picture shows the central section of the north front of the house with its grand portico, held up by Corinthian columns.

Sudbury Hall ~ in Derbyshire was inherited by Sir John Vernon in 1513 and remained the Vernon country home until 1967 when it was transferred to the National Trust [1]. The house as seen today is mainly the creation of George Vernon who rebuilt Sudbury Hall in the mid-17th century [2]. With rooms that are "lofty and handsome, neither gaudy nor uselessly fine; with less of splendour, and more real elegance [3]", Sudbury Hall interior location of Pemberley in the 1995 Pride and Prejudice.

Sudbury Hall ~ in Derbyshire was inherited by Sir John Vernon in 1513 and remained the Vernon country home until 1967 when it was transferred to the National Trust [1]. The house as seen today is mainly the creation of George Vernon who rebuilt Sudbury Hall in the mid-17th century [2]. With rooms that are "lofty and handsome, neither gaudy nor uselessly fine; with less of splendour, and more real elegance [3]", Sudbury Hall interior location of Pemberley in the 1995 Pride and Prejudice.

Eyam Hall, a Jacobean manor house in Derbyshire, began life as a generous wedding present in 1671 for John Wright and his new wife Elizabeth and has been in the Wright family for nine generations. The house is still owned by descendants of the original owners and it is the first house that has been leased rather than given to the National Trust. The hall and garden were opened to the public in March, 2013.

Eyam Hall, a Jacobean manor house in Derbyshire, began life as a generous wedding present in 1671 for John Wright and his new wife Elizabeth and has been in the Wright family for nine generations. The house is still owned by descendants of the original owners and it is the first house that has been leased rather than given to the National Trust. The hall and garden were opened to the public in March, 2013.

Little Moreton Hall. Cheshire. 15th c. moated half-timbered manor house.

Little Moreton Hall. Cheshire. 15th c. moated half-timbered manor house.

Pinterest
Search