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Sinai Park House

01889 598600


Shobnall Road,
Burton upon Trent,
DE13 0QJ


Built in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, Grade II* listed Sinai Park House is a timber-framed building. Situated on a hilltop overlooking the Trent Valley, between Burton, Derby and Lichfield, this English historic house is surrounded by a 13th century moat, itself an ancient monument.

Owned at one time by the monks of Burton Abbey as a site for rest and recuperation, Sinai Park House was also used as a hunting lodge before being acquired by William Paget, one of Henry VIII’s chief ministers. The Paget family continued to own Sinai for almost 400 years. When the last Paget to own Sinai died, the house was sold as part of the settlement of family debt and began a new life as six cottages. It also provided living quarters for RAF personnel and then, after being condemned for human habitation, provided shelter for pigs, sheep and hens.

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Map reference: SK 221230  Lat: 52.80451 Long: -1.67239