Interior of Headstone Manor House
Interior of Headstone Manor House
Record No
154231
Title
Interior of Headstone Manor House
Description
Detail of entrance hall north wall of the Grade I listed Headstone Manor House, the earliest surviving timber-framed building in Middlesex dating back to c1310. It belonged to the Archbishops of Canterbury until 1546, when it was surrendered to Henry VIII. The house has been extended and altered by its successive owners; for example, the panelling in the great hall dates from 1631, and the brick facade from 1770s. The Manor House now serves as the main Harrow Museum building.
Date of execution
1972
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_622_72_35_404_28
London picture map location
Exact
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