Sutton Park, Yorkshire
Sutton Park is an 18th century Georgian country house situated on the edge of the village of Sutton-on-the-Forest, North Yorkshire, England. It is approximately 10 miles north of York, in the ancient Forest of Galtres. The house, a Grade I listed building, is the residence of Sir Reginald (father of current UK Prime minister's wife Samantha Cameron) & Lady Sheffield which is open to the public for part of the year.

The house was built in 1730 and later altered by Thomas Atkinson for Phillip Harland, who inherited the property in 1750. The house was purchased by the Sheffield family in 1963 when they relocated from Normanby Hall, North Lincolnshire. The Sheffields relocated pieces of art and furniture from Normanby Hall, the historic seat of their family in north Lincolnshire.

Sutton Park is of red brick and is styled as a villa. The main central building is flanked by two wings: on each side, a set of colonnades joins a smaller structure to the central house. Venetian-style windows in the wings look out upon the house's gardens.

Ornate plasterwork features throughout the house. This use is especially prominent in the entrance hall, where the Rococo style predominates, and in the library, where the plasterwork illustrates fruit themes.