A 16th/17th century building and amongst the oldest occupied in the parish. A gentleman’s residence from 1650, it became a farmhouse in 19th Century. Possibly once monastic.
Hi Peter, this building is really famous! It reminds me of the houses of ghost stories. Beautyfull shot!
Best wishes from Gernot
We had walked down from the horizon and on our map, which is the most detailed available, the building was marked as Reaside Farm. It was quite a surprise to see such an impressive place.
Later I noticed on a map of larger scale that it is marked as Reaside Manor and was of such an age.
Yes it would make a great location for something like Agatha Christie’s novel Murder at Marsden Manor!
Best Wishes Peter
What a wonderful house and how fortunate that it has survived.
Grade II* Listed Building, for info see here)
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Photo taken in Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire DY14, UK
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