Sandon Hall is a 19th-century country mansion, the seat of the Earl of Harrowby, at Sandon, Staffordshire, 5 miles (8.0 km) northeast of Stafford. It is a Grade II* listed building set in 400 acres (1.6 km2) of parkland.
The Manor of Sandon came to Thomas Erdeswicke by marriage in about 1339 and was held by that family until the death of Sampson Erdeswicke in 1603. Thereafter it passed by marriage until it came to William Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Hamilton in the 17th century. The old manor house was replaced by a new house built in 1769 for Archibald Hamilton by Joseph Pickford of Derby.
The estate was purchased in 1776 by Nathaniel Ryder, 1st Baron Harrowby, who retained the architect Samuel Wyatt to carry out extensive extensions and improvements. The house was severely damaged by fire in 1848 and was rebuilt in 1852 by Dudley Ryder, 2nd Earl of Harrowby to a neo Jacobean design by architect William Burn.
- Luciana Bellini, 'My, What Big Copulas You Have!', Tatler, March 2015, Vol 130, No. 3, pp. 163-166
- English Heritage: Architectural details of listed building
- A Survey of Staffordshire, Containing the Antiquities of that County Erdeswicke and Harwood (1820) pp42–4 Google Books
- History of Sandon Hall