Manor House, Toft, Dunchurch

Description of this historic site

A manor house that was built during the Post Medieval period. It is marked on Beighton's map of Warwickshire. The house is situated at Toft.

Notes about this historic site

1 A house appears at this approx location on Beighton’s map of Warwickshire.
2 The house is 18th century, altered early 19th century and later. It is two storeys, chequer brick, moulded stone eaves cornice, slate roof, and a hipped south front. The east front has three bays, outer 4-pane sash windows, flanking 3-pane upper and a 4-panelled central door. There is a rectangular fanlight with wrought iron and cast lead arched radiating and wreathed glazing pattern under an open pediment hood. The windows have stucco voussoir heads. The south front was originally six bays, two are now blocked. There are sash windows in architrave frames, originally with key blocks, now covered with rendering. The front is red brick with chequer panels between windows. Over the original door is a sundial with cornice.
3 The house is occupied and well maintained.

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