Built between 1793 and 1795, a new Middleton Hall was built here to replace the old 17th century Hall, which was turned into a farmhouse. Designed by Samuel Pepys Cockerell, it was a large mansion of neo-classical design, built in stuccoed brick with a grand ionic portico. Sadly, it burnt down in 1931 and was demolished. You can see a layout of the Hall’s main rooms on site.


The pictures below show photographs of  the inside and outside of Middleton Hall, taken around 1890-1900.

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To find out more about the history of Middleton Hall, go to our history section.