It later belonged to the Paley Family. John Paley was High Sheriff of Suffolk for 1889-90 and George Arthur Paley High Sheriff in 1906-07. The house was re-built in 1892 by Eustace Balfour & Turner of London after burning down in 1885. It has gardens designed by Capability Brown and a lake.
During the First World War the house was used as an auxiliary hospital.
It is currently owned by the Turner family. Mr Joseph Turner lives at the hall in the stable blok.
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- "Ampton Hall". British Listed Buildings.
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- "No. 33259". The London Gazette. 22 March 1927. p. 1877.
- "News in Brief." Times [London, England] 4 Sept. 1957: 12. The Times Digital Archive. Web. 22 Mar. 2014.
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