The Haunting of Northwood House
You’ll find the early 18th century Grade II* listed Northwood House situated along the Winchester Road in Chilbolton.
Today, the Queen Anne house is a private residence but in its history it was used as …
Hinchingbrooke House, Huntingdon
The Grade I listed Hinchingbrooke House was built around a 13th century nunnery.
The Cromwell family took possession of it in 1538 during the Reformation and then it later became the home to the Earls of Sandwich.
The Haunting of Sinai Park House
The Grade II* listed Sinai Park House is a timber-framed building which dates back to the 15th century.
At one time it was owned by the monks of Burton Abbey and used as a …
The Haunting of the West Bromwich Manor House
The medieval Grade I listed West Bromwich Manor House was built by the de Marnham family in the late 13th century.
The manor was the hub of their agricultural estate.
It consisted …
The Haunting of Appuldurcombe House
Today, the 18th-century baroque country house of Appuldurcombe House is sadly just a shell of a building.
It’s run by English Heritage so you can go and have a look around the house if desire.
The Haunting of Castle House
The Grade I listed Castle House in Buckingham is a large town house which dates back to the 15th century when it was the residence of the Barton family.
The house is said to have …