Grade II* listed 16th Century Manor House in the heart of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within 4 acres of land beside the River Lambourn The current brick, flint and stone Manor dates, in part, from Elizabethan times and owned by John de Eastbury, but is thought that there was an earlier Manor on the same site dating back to the 12th Century. The house contains an oak carved chimney piece in the drawing room, which is lined throughout with Tudor panel wainscoting in perfect condition. There are fine examples of original English oak flooring, stone mullion windows with original leaded quarries, carved barge-boards, exquisite large brick diamond shaft chimneys and many open fire places. YouTube = https://youtu.be/yxmP8wF80B8
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