Halford Old Manor House

Description of this historic site

Halford Old Manor House dates back to the Post Medieval period. It is situated 200m north east of the church at Halford.

Notes about this historic site

1 The old manor house, dating, in part from the early 17th century, is situated to the north of the church. [Still further north- SP2645, is the house called Manor House, on OS maps which, in its present form dates no further back than the 19th century.]
2 The old manor house is L-shaped and of two storeys.
3 The short arm has a gabled, plaster and timber framed upper storey, with a lower storey of stone. It has a modern tiled porch. The longer arm is of later stone with three, 3 light windows and one 4-light below. All are stone mullioned with labels.
4 The gable end of the oldest part of the house with its half-timbered upper storey can be seen in the photograph A3646, held at the Museum.

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