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Bourn Hall (RGL2023)

Bourn Hall, Bourn

History of Bourn Hall

Listed building

Small country house. Dated ‘1602 H IF’ on rainwater heads, built for John and Frances Hager, possibly including part of an earlier building. Considerably altered in 1817-19 by John Aday Repton with features introduced from Haslingfield Hall (demolished 1814-1818) for John and Elizabeth Sackville-West, fifth Earl De La Warr. Internal courtyard reputed to have been enclosed in C19 by Norman Shaw (1881-1912).

Stable block. Early C17 with C19 alterations and restoration, and C20 alterations.


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