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Location address: United Kingdom, Daventry, Lamport
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Lamport Hall in Lamport, Northamptonshire is a fine example of a Grade I Listed House. It was developed from a Tudor Manor but is now notable for its classical frontage. The Hall contains an outstanding collection of books paintings and furniture. The building includes The High Room with a magnificent ceiling by William Smith. It also has a library with 16th-century volumes and an early 19th-century cabinet room with Neapolitan cabinets which depict mythological paintings on glass. It is open to the public
The 10th Baronet, Sir Charles Isham, living in Lamport Hall in the 19th century, is credited with beginning the tradition of garden gnomes in the United Kingdom when he introduced a number of terracotta figures from Germany in the 1840s.
Lamport Hall was the home of the Isham family from 1560 to 1976 and is a fine example of a Grade I Listed House. It is open to the public.