Reference: The Bury and Norwich Post. Wednesday Apr 6 1814: 3.
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‘Mansion and extensive Pleasure Grounds, MILL HILL, NEWMARKET.
To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. ISAACSON At the Ram Inn, Newmarket, on Tuesday in the First Spring Meeting, April 26, 1814, precisely at Eight in the Evening, IN LOTS,
A Capitol and most Substantial Brick-built MANSION, most eligibly situated on the Mill Hill, Newmarket, in the county of Suffolk, the late property of SAMUEL BUCKLE, Gent. and formerly the residence of WILLIAM SANDIVER, Esq;
comprising a drawing room, dining room, and 2 breakfast parlours, on the ground floor;
5 airy sleeping rooms and 5 attics over the same;
2 kitchens, a larder, large wine vaults, and numerous other offices on the basement;
a court yard in front,
a detached brick and tiled dwelling, containing 1 room on the ground floor, with chamber over;
within a convenient distance of the mansion is a stable yard, comprising a substantial brick and tiled building, in which are 2 loose stables and 2-stalled ditto, with spacious hay loft over the same,
and one other loose stable near.
Immediately adjoining the above-described premises is an extensive piece of Ground, nearly the whole of which is now laid down with a luxuriant plant of Lucerne, interspersed with numerous fruit and ornamental trees, and intersected with gravel walks leading to a mount commanding fine prospects of the Town, Race Course, Warren Hill, and adjacent country;
the whole forming a most desirable residence for a genteel Family, or for any Nobleman or Gentleman who is in the habit of frequenting the Newmarket Meetings.
Likewise several substantial brick and tiled cottages, situate on and near the Mill Hill aforesaid.
Printed particulars of which will be ready for delivery 14 days previous to the sale, at the Angel and One Bell Inns, Bury; Eagle and Child, Cambridge; Lamb, Ely; Rose, Walden; Crown, Chesterford; at Mr Weatherby’s, Newmarket; Messrs. Isaacson, Moulton; and the Auction Mart, London.
This Estate is copyhold of the Manor of Newmarket.’