Stunning 16th century mansion house in England

This stunning Jocobean mansion house has been immaculately restored to the highest standard in Howsham, North Yorkshire, England. The property features roughly 83.5 acres of riverside gardens. Howsham Hall has recently undergone an extensive program of refurbishment resulting in an exceptional historic home, with 21st Century advancements ensuring a comfortable environment for a modern day stately home. The Hall was built by Sir William Bamburgh in 1610 and remodeled in 1775. The house has only been on the open market three times since 1573.

The 28,346 square foot (2633 square meters) Hall offers the rare combination of exceptional formal rooms, together with practical family accommodation designed for modern living. The house is situated around a traditional central courtyard with impressive main reception rooms on the ground floor, together with a two-storey leisure wing and staff accommodation. The bedroom accommodation is also exceptional, offering 10 bedrooms with a particularly impressive master bedroom and guest bedroom suite. The grounds include formal lawns, parkland with mature trees and pastureland. There is frontage to the River Derwent and the sale includes fishing rights and sporting rights.

This sensational property is listed for sale at USD $7,660,837 from here.

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12 years ago

the kitchen, flags and horns reminded me of Joanna Berryman’s designs. Do you know who styled this house?