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Constable Burton Hall is a handsome mansion of dressed stone in the village of Constable Burton in North Yorkshire whose owners are the Wyvill Family. The house has an elegant Ionic portico in and the principal entrance is approached by a double flight of steps. The side elevation has a pediment and there is a large projecting bay to the rear of the house.
The hall was built in 1768 by John Carr of York on the site of an ancient building, by Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, and stands in an extensive and well wooded park. In 1967 the hall was listed as a Grade I listed building.
The gardens of the hall are open to the public
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