Little Wolford Manor House

Description of this historic site

The building, a manor house, dating from the Medieval to the Post Medieval periods is located 700m south west of Clay Bank Coppice.

Notes about this historic site

Remains of a Medieval manor house.

1 Little Wolford Manor House is of two stories and of L-shaped plan, the N range extending E and containing the principal rooms and the other wing extending S. A further wing once formed a courtyard. The N range, built entirely of stone, is probably of C15 date, the W wing a C16 addition. The N range contains the hall in the middle. This once had a second floor which has been removed. To the W is a screens passage, with N and S doorways, next W is a modern staircase and beyond this a dining room. E of the hall a parlour forms the end room.
2 Plan in VCH.
3 OS card description.
4 Listed Building List description.

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