The Hall was used as a health clinic in the second half of the 20th century. As of 2012 it is residential accommodation for the private higher education establishment, the British Institute of Technology & E-commerce (BITE)
The first recorded owner was Robert de Shrubeland, although there is evidence of occupation on the site since the Roman period.
The Grade II* listed hall was designed by James Paine in the 1770s. There was remodelling of the building in the 1840s by Sir Charles Barry who also altered the gardens. During the 20th century the estate was the property of the de Saumarez family.
Shrubland Hall Health Clinic operated in the hall adjoining Shrubland Park Gardens from the 1960s until 2 April 2006, when the Shrubland Estate, totalling some 1,300 acres (5.3 km2), was put up for sale with an asking price of £23 million. The Italian style gardens which includes Grade II listed features were open to the public until 2006 as a visitor attraction.
As of 2012 the Hall is used as a halls of residence for the private higher education establishment, the British Institute of Technology & E-commerce (BITE).
- "Historic estate on the market". East Anglian Daily Times. 2006-04-05. Archived from the original on 2006-05-02.
- "Official Website of Shrubland Park". Archived from the original on 2006-04-26.
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