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Everingham Park (Everingham Hall)  England 
Yorkshire, England

Circa Date: 18th century

Status: Partially Extant

Special Info / Location/ Date

Special Info
Phonetic Pronunciation of House Name

Location
Country
England
District Today
Yorkshire
 Historic County
 City / Town / Village
 Latitude
53.93063
 Longitude
-1.20788

Date
Start Date
Completion Date
Circa Date
18th century
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Architects

Designed   Catholic Chapel for William Constable-Maxwell based on designs supplied by Agostino Giorgioli of Rome
Date   1836-39

Designed   House
Date   18th century

Extant / Listed / References

Extant
Extant Type
Partially Extant
Extant Details

Listed
House Listed As 
Grade I
Gardens Listed As  
Unknown
Country House:  Yes

References
Vitruvius Britannicus
Vitruvius Scoticus
J.B. Burke (Burke's Visitation of Seats)
2.S. Vol. I, p. 88, 1854.
Country Life
CXLIII, 340, 408, 1968.
J.P. Neale (Neale's Views of Seats)
Access / Ownership / Seat

Access
Open to Public Please note: Houses listed as being open "By Appointment" are usually country house hotels, B&Bs, or schools.
Unknown
Historic Houses Association Member
Phone Number If calling from the U.S., delete the first "0" in British numbers.
Fax Number
Email
Website
Awards

Current Ownership
Current Ownership Type
Unknown
Primary Current Ownership Use
Unknown
Current Ownership Use / Details

Seat ("Seat" is loosely defined as any family that occupied the house for a period of 2 years or more)
Today Seat of
A Past Seat(s) of
William Constable-Maxwell, 19th century. Constable and Constable-Maxwell families, for 800 years, until 1982. Lady Herries, 20th century.
Possible (Unsure) Seat of
History / Gardens & Park / Movies

History
Earlier House(s) / Building(s)
House Replaced By
Built / Designed For
House & Family History
Everingham was sold in 1982 by Lady Herries, along with 2,868 acres, after a period of 800 years in the possession of the Constable and Constable-Maxwell families. An institution obtained the property and dismantled the estate.
Collections This field lists art objects that are currently or were previously in the collection of the house.

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Comments

Gardens & Park
Garden, Park, Follies and Outbuildings
Chapel & Church
A Catholic Chapel was built, 1836-39, for William Constable-Maxwell by the architect John Harper based on designs supplied by Agostino Giorgioli of Rome.

Movies
Location for Movies / TV
Bibliography

Author   Sayer, Michael
Year Published   1993
Reference  


Author   Holmes, Michael
Year Published   1986
Reference  


Author   Colvin, Howard
Year Published   1995
Reference   pg. 461



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