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Staunton Harold Hall

Surrounded by nature and natural beauty, centuries old Staunton Harold Hall is destined to charm its visitors.The Grand 18th Century Grade I listed Georgian mansion, set within the idyllic 2,000 acre estate on the Derbyshire, Leicestershire border, this also includes the 17th Century Grade I listed  Holy Trinity Chapel (Staunton Harold Church).
The Hall itself originally built for Earl Ferrers remained within the Shirley family for five centuries. Now in private residence, the owners are passionate about sharing its beauty with all its visitors including walkers and cyclists.
In 1955 it was acquired by Leonard Cheshire a highly decorated Royal Air Force pilot and captain during the Second World War for use as a Cheshire home and then sold in 1980 to be used as a Sue Ryder Care Home. The Hall once again become a family home in 2003.
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