Tudor manor house built with formal parklands, built circa 1525 by Sir Richard Weston, courtier of Henry VIII. Notable for its importance to art history in showing some of the earliest traces of Italianate renaissance design elements in English architecture. Constructed of red brick with a plain tile roof with stepped gable ends. decorative moulded terracotta elements for windows frames, string-courses, cornices and finials.
Pair of 16th century gate keeper’s lodges located along the A3 London Road. Symmetrical in appearance. Constructed of red brick with moulded terracotta deressings. Hipped plain tile roof with crenallated parapet. Principle elevation with blind arcading consisting of two narrow round headed arches with a single larger panel between. Leaded casement windows with hood moulding. Pair of crenellated gate piers with decorative entrance gates.