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Place: Snitterton, Matlock
Property / Street / Road: Snitterton Hall
Date: 1910 - 1914
Description/Historical Information: In 1910 it was described as: Snitterton Hall, an ancient stone mansion, with pointed gables, at the bottom of the valley (below Oaker Hill).
"The garden wall with its arched door is flanked on the l. and r. by square pavilions or summer-houses" (Pevsner, 1953).
The tree on top of one-tree hill can be seen behind the Hall.
Further information
elsewhere on this site:
- Matlock: Snitterton Hall, 1909. A stone built Elizabethan manor house and its owners, from just before the Civil War.

There are references to Snitterton Hall under:
- Derbyshire Parishes, 1811 (under Darley)
- The Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock. Navigate via Place Names.
Image Reference: VLA5017
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