Ingatestone Hall Houses

Ingatestone Hall
Hall Lane
Ingatestone
Essex
CM4 9NR

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Open to the public on certain days during the summer, this 16th-century building was built for Sir William Petre in 1558 and was visited by Elizabeth I in 1561. One of the finest Tudor mansions in the country and the seat of the present Lord Petre, it is built of red tudor brick with leaded lights.

The Gatehouse has a unique clock face along with the Petre family motto 'Sans Dieu Rien'.

Call (01277) 353010 for further details


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VenueIngatestone Hall
AddressHall Lane, Ingatestone, Essex, CM4 9NR
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Attraction typeHouses

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