Acton Scott Hall

Acton Scott, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 6QQ

An Elizabethan mansion on a site formerly owned by Edric the Wild.

Acton Scott Hall front

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Grade II* Elizabethan manor house set in the Shropshire hills with stunning views over Wenlock Edge. Oak-panelled reception rooms contain many interesting artefacts including Jacobean woodwork and friezes, unique fireplaces and fascinating family heirlooms. There is documented information on the excavation of a Roman villa on the estate carried out by Frances Stackhouse Acton in the nineteenth century.

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Francis and Alison Acton

Current owners Francis and Alison Acton and their adult children live and work on the Estate. We manage the grounds and house with help from volunteers, friends and local experts when necessary.

Acton Scott Hall grounds

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