Manor House, Horncastle, Lincolnshire

Manor House, Horncastle, Lincolnshire

Horncastle is a market town in the East Lindsey district of the county.

The Manor House, a Grade II listed Georgian town residence, was built during the 18th century, fashioned in red brick with some limestone rubble and ashlar to the rear, a plain tiled roof with stone coped gables and stacks.

It stands on an enviable site of approximately one and three quarter acres; the grounds include an enclosed walled garden, former grass tennis court and parkland fronting the River Bain, whilst also boasting the remains of a Roman well and accompanying Roman wall, being a recognised historical monument.

Formerly the residence of the Bishop of Carlisle and deemed worthy of mention in Sir Nikolaus Pevsner's 'The Buildings of England, Lincolnshire'.

Address Manor House Street
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