The Manor House, Church Road, Church Lawford

Description of this historic site

The Manor House, a Post Medieval timber-framed building. It is situated in Church Lawford.

Notes about this historic site

1 The Manor House is a large, timber-framed building, of roughly E-shape, with brick nogging in a herring-bone pattern.
The left-hand gable has a modern doorway and a small two-light window beside it on the ground floor, and a modern three-light window on the first floor. The porch in the centre is of two storeys, the upper supported on wooden piers. To the left and right of the porch are a bay window of four lights and a flat window above. The right hand gable has a large bay window, and a three-light window above. There is a lean-to extension to the left of the building – the roof is probably not of old tiles. The porch is Victorian but the rest of the features appear to be older.
2 Not sure about the original source of the above information, probably site visit by GDT.

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