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Mannington Hall

Mannington Hall is a moated medieval country house in the civil parish of Itteringham near the village of the same name and is in the English county of Norfolk within the United Kingdom. The first manor house built on this site was constructed in ...

                                               

Mapledurham House

Mapledurham House is an Elizabethan stately home located in the civil parish of Mapledurham in the English county of Oxfordshire. It is a Grade I listed building, first listed on 24 October 1951.

                                               

Mawdesley Hall

Mawdesley Hall is a country manor in Hall Lane, Mawdesley, Chorley, Lancashire, England. It consists of a central hall with two cross-wings. The central hall was built in the 17th century, its lower storey being timber-framed and its upper floor ...

                                               

Millom Castle

A manor on the site was granted to Godard de Boyvill, owner of the Manor of Millom, in around 1134. The manor came into the Hudleston familys ownership in around 1240 when de Boyvills granddaughter married into the Hudleston family. John Hudlesto ...

                                               

Moccas Court

Moccas Court is an 18th-century country house which sits in sloping grounds overlooking the River Wye north of the village of Moccas, Herefordshire, England. It is now a luxury guest house and function venue. The house was built in 1775-81 archit ...

                                               

Moggerhanger House

Moggerhanger House is a Grade I-listed country house in Moggerhanger, Bedfordshire, England, designed by the eminent architect John Soane. The house is owned by a Christian charity, Harvest Vision, and the Moggerhanger House Preservation Trust, a ...

                                               

Monkey Island, Bray

Monkey Island is an island in the River Thames in England, on the reach above Boveney Lock. Its nearest village is Bray, Berkshire. Its dominant building is a small hotel since the late 19th century. The reach on which it sits is a main reach in ...

                                               

Monkton Farleigh Manor

Monkton Farleigh Manor is a Grade I listed country house close to the village of Monkton Farleigh in Wiltshire, England. Built on the site of a Cluniac priory founded in 1125, the house is about 3 miles northwest of Bradford-on-Avon and 4 miles e ...

                                               

Moor Crag

Moor Crag is a Grade I listed house near Bowness-on-Windermere in South Lakeland, Cumbria, England, overlooking Windermere. It lies in the north of the parish of Cartmel Fell. It was designed by C. F. A. Voysey in 1898-1899 as a holiday home for ...

                                               

Nether Winchendon House

It was built on the site of an Augustinian priory that was a daughter house of Notley Abbey in Long Crendon. Jasper Tudor, Duke of Bedford bought and largely remodelled the priory in the 16th century. At the end of 1771 the manor was bequeathed t ...

                                               

Netherwitton Hall

Netherwitton Hall is a mansion house, and a Grade I listed building at Netherwitton, near Morpeth, Northumberland, England. The estate belonged to the Thornton family from the 14th century. Margaret Thornton, heiress of Netherwitton, married Walt ...

                                               

Newark Park

Newark Park is a Grade I listed country house of Tudor origins located near the village of Ozleworth, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire. The house sits in an estate of 700 acres at the southern end of the Cotswold escarpment with views down the ...

                                               

Newby Hall

Newby Hall is an 18th-century country house beside the River Ure at Skelton-on-Ure, near Ripon in North Yorkshire, England. A Grade I listed building, it contains a collection of furniture, painting, and precious artefacts. The south side of the ...

                                               

Newtimber Place

Newtimber Place is a Grade I listed building in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England. The house sits on a D-shaped island in a moat. The oldest part of the house dates from the 16th century. North wing, apparently, the oldest part of t ...

                                               

Oakwell Hall

Oakwell Hall is an Elizabethan manor house in Birstall, West Yorkshire, England. The Grade I listed hall is set in period gardens surrounded by 110 acres of country park. The house was built for John BATT. A recarved stone from 1583 probably indi ...

                                               

Ogle Castle

Ogle Castle is a former fortified manor house at Ogle, near Whalton, Northumberland. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade I listed building. After the Norman conquest in 1066 Humphrey de Hoggell was granted the manor ogle. Northumberlan ...

                                               

Old Rectory, Warton

The Old Rectory is a ruin of a former rectory in the village of Warton, near Lancaster, Lancashire, England. Owned by English Heritage, it has been designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade I listed building. Believed to have been built i ...

                                               

Place House

Place House is a Grade I listed building located in Fowey, Cornwall, England. Home of the Treffry family since the thirteenth century, the original structure was a fifteenth-century tower, which was defended against the French in 1475 by Elizabet ...

                                               

Portway House

Portway House is a Grade I listed town house in Warminster, Wiltshire, England. It was rebuilt in 1722 to a wealthy tailor Edward Middlecott in a bath hewn stone. Originally called Newport, the house stands on the site of Newport manor, once the ...

                                               

Rampside Hall

Rampside Hall is a Grade I listed building in the Rampside area of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England. It is one of only three Grade I listed buildings in the Borough outside of the Furness Abbey complex and dates back to the 17th Century. Built ...

                                               

Ripley Castle

Ripley Castle is a Grade I listed 14th-century country house in Ripley, North Yorkshire, England, 3 miles north of Harrogate. The house is built of Sandstone and ashlar flew in a square with grey slate and stone slate roofs. Central 2-storey, adj ...

                                               

Roehampton House

Roehampton House is a Grade I listed house at Roehampton Lane, Roehampton, London. It was built between 1710 and 1712 by the architect Thomas Archer. Archer built a house Roehampton on behalf of the merchant Thomas Cary. Father Caris John emigrat ...

                                               

Roos Hall

Roos Hall is a manor house and former manor ½ a mile west of Beccles in Suffolk. It is a Grade I listed building. It is said to be among the most haunted house in England, and the demons have a footprint imprinted on one of its walls. He belonged ...

                                               

Sheldon Manor

Sheldon Manor near Chippenham, Wiltshire, England, is Wiltshires oldest inhabited manor house and dates back to Saxon times. Its structure is mostly 17th-century and it is a Grade I listed building.

                                               

Sherborne House, Dorset

Sherborne House is a large house in the market town of Sherborne, Dorset, England. Designed by Benjamin Bastard, the former country house that has been converted into a school and has been designated by Historic England as a Grade 1 listed building.

                                               

Shirburn Castle

Shirburn Castle is at the village of Shirburn, 6 miles south of Thame, Oxfordshire. Shirburn Castle was the seat of the Earls of Macclesfield. George Parker, 2nd Earl of Macclesfield S. 1695-1764, known as an astronomer, spent much time conductin ...

                                               

Shotover Park

Shotover Park is an 18th-century country house and park in Wheatley, Oxfordshire, England. The house, garden and park are Grade I-listed with English Heritage, and 18 additional structures on the property are also listed. The house is privately o ...

                                               

Shuttleworth Hall

Shuttleworth Hall is a 17th-century manor house in the civil parish of Hapton in Lancashire, England. It is protected as a Grade I listed building.

                                               

Smithills Hall

Smithills Hall is a Grade I listed manor house, and a scheduled monument in Smithills, Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. It stands on the slopes of the West Pennine Moors above Bolton at a height of 500 feet, three miles north west of the town ...

                                               

Somersby Grange

Somersby Grange is a Grade I listed Georgian country house in Somersby, Lincolnshire. The house was built in 1722 Robert Burton, the local Lord. It is built of red brick in a rectangular shape with a height of two storeys over a basement and has ...

                                               

Southill House, Cranmore

Southill House in Cranmore, Somerset, England, is an early 18th-century manor house. It was given a new facade by John Wood, the Younger, of Bath, in the late 18th century. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. The house is located ...

                                               

St Giles House, Wimborne St Giles

St Giles House is located at Wimborne St Giles in East Dorset in England, just south of Cranborne Chase. It is the ancestral seat of the Ashley-Cooper family, which is headed by the Earl of Shaftesbury. The estate covers over 5.500 acres. Built i ...

                                               

Stockeld Park

Stockeld Park is a Grade-I listed country house and estate situated between the towns of Wetherby and Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England, which is now the home of the Grant family. The estate spans some 2.000 acres and broadly covers the area be ...

                                               

Stonor Park

Stonor Park is a historic country house and private deer park situated in a valley in the Chiltern Hills at Stonor, about four miles north of Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, England, close to the county boundary with Buckinghamshire. The house h ...

                                               

Tatton Hall

Tatton Hall is a country house in Tatton Park near Knutsford, Cheshire, England. It is designated as a Grade I-listed building and is open to the public.

                                               

The Grange, Broadhembury

The Grange is a historic estate in the parish of Broadhembury in Devon, England. The surviving 16th-century mansion house is listed Grade I on the National Heritage List for England.

                                               

The Mynde

The Mynde is a Grade I listed country house in the village of Much Dewchurch, Herefordshire, England which dates from the 15th century. Originally built in the 15th and 16th century it was rebuilt in the 18th century and rebuilt in the 19th centu ...

                                               

Thirlestaine House

Thirlestaine House was started in 1820 by J.R. Scott an amateur architect for his own use. In 1838 the unfinished building was bought by Lord Northwick and extended by the addition of an extra wing to house his art collection. His whole collectio ...

                                               

Thurnham Hall

Thurnham Hall is a grade-I-listed 17th-century country house in the village of Thurnham, Lancashire, England some 10 km south of Lancaster. The current building is a three-story stone house, probably built in the 17th century for Robert Dalton. H ...

                                               

Treago Castle

Treago Castle is a fortified manor house in the Parish of St Weonards, Herefordshire, England. Built c.1500, it was recorded as a Grade I listed building on 30 April 1986 - based on its extant medieval architecture, quadrangle courtyard layout an ...

                                               

Tythrop Park

Tythrop Park is a Grade I–listed 17th-century manor house, set in 51 acres of parkland, located in Kingsey, Buckinghamshire, England. The hotel is noted as having installed an early duck decoy similar to Boarstall decoy. It was bought in 2007 for ...

                                               

Ufford Hall, Cambridgeshire

Ufford Hall is a Georgian country house in the village of Ufford, now part of the Borough of Peterborough and traditionally in the county of Cambridgeshire. The Hall is a Grade I listed building. The house is built of hewn stone, in the center of ...

                                               

Uppark

The house, set high on the South Downs, was built for Ford Grey 1655 - 1701, the first Earl of Tankerville, circa 1690, the architect is believed to have been William Talman. The estate was sold in 1747 to Sir Matthew Fetherstonhaugh and his wife ...

                                               

Utkinton Hall

Utkinton Hall is a country house to the southeast of the village of Utkinton, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building. In the hall there was like a big house for their fa ...

                                               

Wadworth Hall

Wadworth Hall is a grade I listed Manor House, in the village of Wadworth, England. It was built in 1749 for the Wordsworth family by the renowned northern architect James Paine. It is currently a private residence and has been since approximatel ...

                                               

Waterston Manor

Waterston Manor, Puddletown, Dorset is a manor house with 17th century origins, that was extensively rebuilt after a fire in 1863 and remodelled in 1911. The manor was the inspiration for Weatherbury Farm in Thomas Hardys novel, Far from the Madd ...

                                               

Welford Park

Welford Park is a country house and estate in the village of Welford in the English county of Berkshire, situated 5.2 miles northwest of Newbury and 10.9 miles south of Wantage. Whilst of some historic significance, the estate is perhaps best kno ...

                                               

Westwood Manor

Westwood Manor is a 15th-century manor house with 16th-century additions and 17th-century plaster-work in the village of Westwood near Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England. It is the former home of Edgar Lister, a diplomat at the Ottoman court in ...

                                               

Willy Lotts Cottage

Willy Lotts Cottage is a house in Flatford, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England which appears in several paintings by John Constable, notably The Hay Wain. The hotel is a monument to reflect its importance ", as part of a group Platformsa Mill" and " ...

                                               

Winkburn Hall

Winkburn Hall is a Grade I listed country house which stands at the corner of an estate a few miles north-east of Southwell, Nottinghamshire, off the Hockerton to Kirklington road. It was built for the Burnell family circa 1700 as a two-storey ma ...

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