Castle Ashby Manor is the ancestral home of the 7th Marquess of Northampton. Its a fine house of the Elizabethan/Jacobean period built by William Compton with formal Victorian gardens and parkland designed by ‘Capability Brown’ after 1761. The house is a large quadrangular edifice with two octangular towers in the late Gothic style and has a lettered parapet.
Pair of houses at the formal entrance along the A428 south of the estate. Constructed in stone with plain tiled pitched roof with pinnacles adorning the gable parapets. Mullioned glazed windows with lead lattice and stained glass panels.