Wortley Hall

Wortley Hall Gardens are situated seven miles north west of Sheffield, sited on an east facing slope with wonderful views out over the vale of Wosborough and beyond. Wortley Park was first mentioned in the Domesday Book, but a residence was not built on the present site until the sixteenth century when it became fashionable to live within your deer park, although unfortunately there is no evidence of what the gardens looked like at this time. The current Hall was built from the mid eighteenth century and features a beautiful Palladian south front. The Hall is now Grade II* listed and many of the architectural garden features are Grade II listed.

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