For a description of the building (Grade II* listed since 1951):
http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-285877-glevering-hall-hacheston accessed 10 January 2012
Image (copper engraved print) from Excursions in the County of Suffolk, 1819. Source: http://www.ancestryimages.com/proddetail.php?prod=f5998 accessed 10 January 2012
For a description of the Orangery (Grade II* listed) see:
For a description of the current condition of the Orangery see:
http://risk.historicengland.org.uk/register.aspx?id=46116&rt=0&pn=490&st=a&ctype=all&crit= accessed 24 July 2015.
Mansion built 1786-94 by John White the elder, probably for Andrew Arcedeckne; enlarged 1834-5 by Decimus Burton.
The Orangery at Glevering Hall was designed by Decimus Burton and built in 1836.