Little Moreton Hall is a moated 15th-century half-timbered manor house 4 miles southwest of Congleton, Cheshire. It is one of the finest examples of timber-framed domestic architecture in England. The earliest parts of the house were built around 1450; the remainder was constructed in various campaigns by three successive generations of the family until around 1580. Tudor House, England, Tudor Home, Around The House, Haunted House, Moreton Hall, Crosses Stitches, Manor House, White House
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Haddon Hall, Derbyshire - In form a medieval manor house, it has been described as "the most complete and most interesting house of its period." The origins of the hall date to the 11th century. The current medieval and Tudor hall includes additions added at various stages between the 13th and the 17th centuries.
Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire. The name Moreton probably derives from the Old English mor meaning "marshland" and tune, meaning "farm", thus literally "a farm at a marsh". Little Moreton Hall first appears in the historical record in 1271, but the present building dates from the early 16th century.
Ightham Mote, Kent. A 14th-century moated manor house preswerved by the National Trust. Described by David Starkey as 'one of the most beautiful and interesting of English country houses'.Built nearly 700 years ago, this house has seen many changes and been owned by Medieval knights, courtiers to Henry VIII and high society Victorians. The building is surrounded by peaceful gardens with an orchard, water features, lakes and woodland walks.