Pierrepont House, Nottingham

Pierrepont House was the home of the Pierrepont family located on what is now Stoney Street, Nottingham.

Pierrepont House
Pierrepont House, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire - Google Art Project.jpg
Pierrepont House ca. 1705, a painting in the Paul Mellon Collection at the Yale Centre for British Art
Pierrepont House, Nottingham is located in Nottingham
Pierrepont House, Nottingham
Location in Nottingham
General information
Town or cityNottingham
Coordinates52°57′7″N 1°08′33.6″W / 52.95194°N 1.142667°W / 52.95194; -1.142667Coordinates: 52°57′7″N 1°08′33.6″W / 52.95194°N 1.142667°W / 52.95194; -1.142667

The elevation on Stoney Street in Nottingham was constructed in the mid seventeenth century[1] by Francis Pierrepont, third son of Robert Pierrepont, 1st Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull. The Lay Subsidy Roll of 1674 lists those liable for the hearth tax. The largest in Nottingham was Thurland House with 47, and Pierrepont house was next with 23.[2]

The house was sold by 1797 to Thomas Curtis and James Bellamy and converted for use as a fabric workshop. The buildings were demolished at the start of the 19th century and replaced.


  1. ^ Peter Smith (2005). Historic Buildings Report. Sherwin House and the Townhouses of Nottingham in the 17th and 18th centuries (Report). English Heritage. p. 10.
  2. ^ "Glimpses of By-Gone Nottm". Nottingham Journal. England. 4 July 1908. Retrieved 31 December 2017 – via British Newspaper Archive.