New Honiley Hall
New Honiley Hall, a house that was built towards the end of the Imperial period. The house replaced Old Honiley Hall, which was demolished. It is situated 300m east of Honiley.
1 Built in 1914 by H.L. Wade (the date is on the rain-goods at the front of the house) out of brick, the new Hall is long, large and 20th century: the style is described as “Free Tudor”, and a notable vertical accent is demonstrated by the 4 storey tower at one end. The building is said, locally to be a copy of the old hall, but lacking its middle gables, although the similarities with the print are not immediately obvious.