Broke Hall // is a stately home in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. It overlooks the River Orwell opposite Pin Mill. The gardens were landscaped by Humphry Repton in 1794. The building is Grade II* listed.
The site was purchased by Sir Richard Broke, who built a mansion there, during the reign of Henry VIII The present house was built for Philip Bowes Broke by James Wyatt in 1792. This itself is probably a remodelling of an earlier house built in 1775 by Richard Norris
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- TM2239 : 300-year-old lime avenue to Broke Hall Geograph website accessed 1 June 2008
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