Frankton Manor House

Frankton Manor House | Image courtesy of Joshua Craig
Overview of Manor and Church
Image courtesy of Joshua Craig
Description of this historic site

Frankton Manor House, a house that was built during the Post Medieval period. Alterations were made to it at a later date. The manor house is situated to the north east of the church.

Notes about this historic site

1 Manor house and attached wall and outbuilding. Remodelled late 17th century, but with earlier origins. 18th century and 19th century alterations. Additions and alterations dated 1926 on rainwater head. Flemish bond red brick.
2 Mee considers it may be 17th century.
3 There is a stately William-and-Mary-looking doorway of Hornton stone with a hood on brackets of 1926. The Georgian staircase with two turned balusters to each tread is said to come from the Priory at Warwick.
4 A site visit confirmed that the house was in good condition and in use as a domestic dwelling. The stables had also been converted for dwelling use.

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