|Town or city||Parwich|
|Official name||The Hall|
|Designated||25 January 1951|
The Manor of Parwich was owned by the Cockaynes of Ashbourne until they sold it in about 1608 to Thomas Levinge of Norfolk. His great grandson, Richard Levinge, was Speaker of the Irish House of Commons and became the first of the Levinge Baronets.
His son the second Baronet replaced the old manor house with the present brick and limestone mansion house in 1747. The entrance front has three storeys and five bays, symmetrical around the slightly advanced and pedimented central bay. A three-bayed service wing was added to the west in 1905 and raised to three storeys in 1930.
The Levinge family seat was moved to Westmeath in Ireland and the house was let out and in 1814 was sold to William Evans| of Allestree Hall. During part of the time of Evans' ownership the house was occupied by the vicar Rev Carr, a relative of Evans. After the death of Sir Thomas Evans in 1892, another clerical descendant, Rev Claud Lewis, had the use of the house.
It later became the home of the Shields family.
- Historic England. "The Hall (Grade II*) (1281585)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 21 August 2023.
- "General history: Baronets". British History Online. Retrieved 21 August 2023.
- "Parwich Hall". Parwich & District Local History Society. September 2003. Retrieved 21 August 2023.
- Pevsner, Nikolaus (1978) . Derbyshire. The Buildings of England. Revised by Elizabeth Williamson. Yale University Press. p. 297. ISBN 0-14-071008-6.