This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
WASPERTON Main Street
18/346 Old Manor House
Circa early C14 aisled hall house with later additions. Timber-framed and sandstone, faced in brick and extended in C18. Wing to north west has stone gable end. C18 red brick facing to south and east elevations. Plain tile roof with gabled ends and hipped angle. Large brick stack over south range with diagonal shafts. Two storeys. Mostly modern casements in C18 openings. C20 porch. Interior: The former hall contains base arches of circa 1300 crown posts with four-way bracing and scissor bracing in conjunction with parallel rafters. North west wing is said to have an early fireplace. The large aisled hall is said to have stood alone originally and was the property of Coventry Priory from 1257. Ref: Birm A S Trans LXXVI(1958) pp 19-28. E Mercer, English Vernacular Houses. VCH Warwickshire (1949) pp 187-8.
Listing NGR: SP2641058805
© Helmut Schulenburg. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Schulenburg, Helmut
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