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Culverthorpe Hall
Culverthorpe Hall
Culverthorpe Hall

Culverthorpe Hall: the central block of the present house was built for Sir John Newton (a cousin of Sir Isaac) in the late 17th century.

In the 1730s, the wings were added, and the S front (seen here) remodelled in Palladian style.

The house stands on a rise and overlooks parkland leading down to a lake.

Frank Robinson, 2010


Culverthorpe, Hall, John Newton
Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall

The porch at the north entrance to the house, remodelled in the early eighteenth century

T R Leach Collection, 1972

Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall

The north front of the house was modified in 1704-05 after John and Susanna Newton came into ownership following the death of Sir John Newton.

William and Edward Stanton undertook the work.

T R Leach Collection, 1972

Culverthorpe, hall, John and Susanna Newton, William and Edward Stanton
Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall
Culverthorpe, Hall

Sir Michael Newton altered the south front of the Hall in the 1730s, adding this porch in Palladian style.

T R Leach Collection, 1990

Culverthorpe, Hall, Sir Michael Newton