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Forty Hall Estate

General information
London, United Kingdom
Architect
R. G. Carter
Client
Forty Hall
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In 2008, Avesta Group took an essential part in the planning of the Forty Hall Estate.

 

From Manor House to Museum

Forty Hall is a manor house of the 1620s in Forty Hill in Enfield, North London. The house, a Grade I listed building, is today used as a museum by the London Borough of Enfield. Within the grounds is the site of the former Tudor Elsyng Palace.
In 1951 the Bowles family sold it to the Municipal Borough of Enfield, the predecessor of the London Borough of Enfield. It has since been used as a museum. The Hall closed to the public in late 2010 for a significant redevelopment project funded by Enfield Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund. Alterations included the restoration of the original position of the staircase. The Hall reopened on 30th of June 2012.

 

A Multipurpose Museum

The Hall's permanent exhibition tells the story of the house and its estate throughout the ages and looks at the life and times of Sir Nicholas Rainton and life in the seventeenth century through a range of visual and audio interpretation and displays. There is also a range of guided tours, led by a Jacobean character. The exhibition programme focuses on art, ecology and heritage.

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Host:
SAS with a capital of 10 059 500 €
RCS Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
Head Office: 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France

Owner:
AVESTA GROUP SARL - 20 rue de la Condamine - 75017 Paris - France

Publication director:
Paul Alezraa