Hardwick Old Hall: an Elizabethan Great House


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Hardwick Hall and Hardwick Old Hall, Derbyshire.

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Post Medieval

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English Heritage

County Council

Derbyshire County Council

District Council

Bolsover District Council


Ault Hucknall

Parliamentary Constituency


Grid Reference

SE462462 (446173, 363663)

WGS84 Coordinates

53.1678, -1.30923

Nearest Postcode

S44 5QJ

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A conduit house built 1587-90, for Bess of Hardwick, to supply water to Hardwick Old Hall. The building is situated to the south of the Old Hall and is constructed from sandstone ashlar. It would have contained a lead water cistern fed by a spring.

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