Saltmarshe Hall

This record is not yet complete. We plan to visit this site in the near future and will update this record once our research is complete.

From Pevsner & Neave (2nd edition reprint, 1995): The Buildings of England. Yorkshire: York and the East Riding:

Built 1825-28 by Pritchett & Watson for Philip Saltmarshe. The estimated cost was £5,650. An austere Neoclassical house in an attractive setting on the River Ouse. [...] Billiard Room added to W front 1859 by J B & W Atkinson of York. - STABLES. 1840 by J. P. Pritchett. Two storeys, grey brick. Attached at the rear is an unusual U-shaped ICE HOUSE with entrance from first floor of stable block. It is not sunk into the ground. - Wooden GAME LARDER, square with hipped roof and louvre. Early to mid C19. 

The ice house and stables are now converted to guest bedrooms on the first floor and groundskeepers workshops below.

53.706275421623, -0.81676680000001