Forcett Hall is an English country house in the village of Forcett, North Yorkshire, England, some 6.5 miles (10 km) west of Darlington. It is a Grade I listed building.
Forcett had been in the possession of the Shuttleworth family of Gawthorpe Hall, Lancashire since 1582. Forcett Hall was originally an Elizabethan house, modified in 1710 by William Benson. After a fire in 1726 it was substantially redesigned in 1740 in the Palladian style by architect Daniel Garrett under Richard Shuttleworth, MP, vacating the family seat at Gawthorpe to move in.
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