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Quendon Hall (Newman Hall)

  • House & Family History: Quendon was remodeled circa 1670-80, with the beamed north Dining Room added in 1866. The southwest wing, Billiard Room, and the west entrance were added for Sir William Foot Mitchell, who purchased the House in 1907. The interior was remodeled, a moat created, and the driveway rerouted for the 3rd Earl of Inchcape. Quendon was sold to Tower Investments in 1980 and is today an event venue.

    Comments: House thought to be formerly named Newman Hall after the father and son Thomas Newman, circa 1540-1585.

  • Title: Burke's & Savills Guide to Country Houses, Volume III: East Anglia
    Author: Kenworthy-Browne, John; Reid, Peter; Sayer, Michael; Watkin, David
    Year Published: 1981
    Publisher: London: Burke's Peerage
    ISBN: 0850110351
    Book Type: Hardback

  • House Listed: Grade I

    Park Listed: Unknown

  • Past Seat / Home of: Thomas Newman, 16th century. Thomas Turner, 17th century. Kenneth James William Mackay, 3rd Earl of Inchcape, 20th century.

    Current Ownership Type: Corporation

    Primary Current Ownership Use: Wedding & Event Venue

    Ownership Details: Owned by Tower Investments

  • House Open to Public: By Appointment

    Phone: 01799-543-800

    Email: [email protected]

    Website: https://www.quendonhall.co.uk

    Historic Houses Member: No


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