Clifford Manor, a house which was originally built during the Medieval period. It was partially rebuilt by Lutyens in 1919. The house is situated 200m south east of the church, Clifford Chambers.
1 Clifford Manor has early Medieval origins, with the entrance front remodelled c.1700. A fire in 1918 led to rebuilding and extension by Lutyens, 1919, with a new southern range in timbered Tudor style.
2 The Medieval timbered range to the rear of the house was rebuilt as a guest wing after the fire of 1918, but was demolished in the 1950s.
3 Letter published in the local press about the manor.