South Ormsby Estate aims to be the best farming estate in the world; building upon hundreds of years of heritage and tradition, and using the latest technology, to create the best place to invest, work, live, learn and play; all whilst keeping it a lovely place to live with the peace and tranquillity we all love.

Nestled within the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated Area of Natural Beauty (AONB) and approximately 7 miles from the market town of Louth, the village of South Ormsby is the cornerstone of the 3000-acre South Ormsby Estate.

South Ormsby Hall is a beautiful Grade II* listed country house set in the middle of 150 acres of parkland. Nestled in the Lincolnshire Wolds, in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB), the hall is approximately 8 miles south of the market town of Louth. It is the centre piece of a 3,000-acre estate that covers some of Lincolnshire’s most beautiful woodland, farmland and heritage. Originally built in the 17th Century, it was largely rebuilt between 1752 and 1755 by the architect James Paine (1717-1789). Paine’s other work includes the Mansion House in Doncaster, Brocket Hall in Hertfordshire, Glentworth Hall near Market Rasen and Richmond Bridge in London. The Hall is constructed of red brick with a Flemish bond brickwork pattern. There were further alternations throughout the course of both the 19th and 20th Centuries making South Ormsby Hall what we see today.


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