Part of Clumber County House - the Dukes Study & Bow Corridor, Clumber Park

Record ID:  60330*0 / MNA111955
Record type:  Monument
Protected Status: Listed Building: Grade II
NT Property:  Clumber Park; Midlands
Civil Parish:  Clumber and Hardwick; Bassetlaw; Nottinghamshire
Grid Reference:  SK 6259 7452
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Summary

The Duke's Study and Bow Corridor was built in 1880 by Charles Barry Jnr. It is the only remaining part of Clumber Country House still extant.

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Duke's Study, Clumber Park © National Trust
Duke's Study, Clumber Park © National Trust

Monument Types

  • COUNTRY HOUSE (Late 19th C - 1880 AD to 1900 AD)

Description

The Duke's Study and Bow Corridor was built in 1880 by Charles Barry Jnr. It is the only remaining part of Clumber Country House.

References

  • SZE4908 - Unpublished document: Harry Beamish. 1986. The National Trust Archaeological Survey: Clumber Park.

Designations

Other Statuses and References

  • Country Park

Associated Events

  • ENA8201 - Field Survey, Archaeological survey of features at Clumber Park estate

Associated Finds

None Recorded

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