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HELMINGHAM HALL

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An early to mid 16th century moated manor house, altered during the 18th and mid 19th century; the seat of the Tollemache family.The present Helmingham Hall may have been initially constructed in 1510 on the site of an earlier pre 15th century house called Creke Hall. The exterior of Helmingham Hall was altered between 1745-1760, during this period a stable block was also added. In 1800 further alterations to the exterior were made by John Nash. In 1840 the garden front of the house was altered.

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