Manor house

Vertical

The manor house as it appears today: The core structure dates from ca.1740, when Brinley Sylvester replaced the original house, which had stood on the property since the 1650s. Brinley was a grandson of Nathaniel Sylvester and his wife, Grizzell, the estate’s first owners.

Sue Daley and Steve Gross

Horizontal

The manor house as it appears today: The core structure dates from ca.1740, when Brinley Sylvester replaced the original house, which had stood on the property since the 1650s. Brinley was a grandson of Nathaniel Sylvester and his wife, Grizzell, the estate’s first owners.

Sue Daley and Steve Gross

Thumb

The manor house as it appears today: The core structure dates from ca.1740, when Brinley Sylvester replaced the original house, which had stood on the property since the 1650s. Brinley was a grandson of Nathaniel Sylvester and his wife, Grizzell, the estate’s first owners.

Sue Daley and Steve Gross

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