The gatehouse was added to the manor house in 1613
Wormleighton Manor House a Grade II* Listed Building for info see here...
Wormleighton manor is a fine example of the Tudor architecture that appeared during the reign of Henry VIII. The wealthy Spencer family, who built their fortune on the production of wool in Warwickshire in the fifteenth century, first became linked to Wormleighton in 1469, when John Spencer became feoffee (feudal lord) and a tenant at Althorp in 1486. John Spencer's nephew, John, traded in livestock and other commodities and saved enough money to purchase both the Wormleighton and Althorp lands outright.
For more info see here...
Great bit of info, Peter. The gatehouse looks like it could stand guard for another 500 yrs. L
Great bit of info, Peter. The information gives another dimension to the picture. L
This scene from your gallery is so pleasing for me. (Like4)Welcome to the Trees 20 Only Tree group.
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Photo taken in Wormleighton, Warwickshire, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location