Located in a small hamlet in Leicestershire is the country estate of Staunton Harold Hall. The brick building was rebuilt within a Jacobean house in 1763 for 5th Earl Ferrers. The east facade (above) features a pedimented centrepiece with Tuscan and Ionic engaged columns which are separated by a triglyph frieze. The lower windows feature straight entchlatures while the upper windows have segmented and triangular pedimented heads and both floors have stone architraves.
The north facade (above) features similar window pediments as on the east facade with a central doorway with Ionic columns and segmental head. Several stone urns grace the balustrade.
Rescued in 1955 by Leonard Cheshire, the Hall is now Grade I listed with the grounds and gardens Grade II listed.