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Haseley Manor, Haseley, Warwickshire

Haseley Manor, Haseley, NW of Warwick, Warwickshire (see map).





The old Haseley Manor was NE of St Mary's church, Haseley. See street view of entrance.
It was built by Clement Throckmorton in 1561.
It fell into ruins.

A new Haseley Manor was built E of St Mary's church in 1878. See street view of S entrance.
The old Haseley Manor was demolished in 1972.
Only the walled garden remains.

  




St Mary's church, Haseley.
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From Google Maps.



St Mary's church, Haseley.
Photo 2006. See full size.
From Leslie Blennerhassett. Used with permission.



Haseley church, and old manor (to the NE) and new manor (to the E).
From 1886 map.



Haseley Manor.
See full size.
From Leslie Blennerhassett. Used with permission.



Haseley Manor.
See full size.
From Leslie Blennerhassett. Used with permission.



The surviving walls of the old walled garden of Haseley Manor.
Photo 2010 by Robin Stott. See terms of use.






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