A Grade I listed manor and one of England's finest Elizabethan half timbered houses. The first record of the estate is in the Domesday Book (1081 - 86). Many of the 16th century arrangements have been altered by successive waves of taste and need, with the exception of the drawing room where the paneling and ceiling are amongst the finest of their type and date back to 1626. One wing of the house has been restored and currently the rest is still dilapidated. It is et in acres of grounds, and includes the oldest tree houses in the world, a converted threshing barn, and additional converted farm buildings, and a fantastic orangery in need of restoration.
Within M25: No
Nearest station: Shrewsbury