Foremarke Hall

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Foremarke Hall is a Georgian-Palladian country house (stately home, manor house) completed in 1762 and located at the manor (hamlet) of Foremark, near; starting from the smallest; the hamlets of Ingleby, Ticknall, Milton, and the village of Repton in Southern Derbyshire of England within Great Britain in United Kingdom.

It was the ancestral home of the Burdett family of Bramcote, but it is now the preparatory school for nearby Repton School. It is a Grade 1 listed building. The Burdett family has now had a boarding house named after them. (Burdett)

Foremark was often referred to as Fort Mark in historic accounts. A Great Western Railway "Modified Hall" class steam locomotive, no. 7903 is named after this hall.


The building was built in mid-eighteenth century; and is therefore of Georgian and Palladian architectural style with imposing portico, cursive & round domes, chamber, pillars and a magnificent south front. A double spiral staircase leads up to the 1st floor- to the rectangular balcony and pillared front entrance of the Hall and into the approximately main hall/living area of the building which consists of two large imposing fireplaces and a glass chandelier. The entrance is decorated with a tall black wooden double-door, accompanied by equally impressive checker-framed windows.There is an imposing back entrance on the far side of the main hall with identical doors and windows, and which leads to a decorated ornamental...
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