Harbury Manor House

Description of this historic site

Harbury Manor House was built during the Post Medieval period and is situated in Harbury.

Notes about this historic site

1 A 16th-17th century, two storey house. The lower part is of stone, the upper part timber frame with brick infilling. The structure has an old tile roof. The south front has flanking gables each of one bay of different sized 3 and 4 light leaded windows.
2 The house is an unusual mixture of construction; the northern end of the east wing is built of stone with moulded square head windows, south of that it is of stone construction with half timber above; and the remainder of the east front is entirely of timber framing.
3 As described. Private house, in good condition.

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