Wiverton Hall

The house is set on the edge of the Vale of Belvoir and incorporates a mediaeval turreted gatehouse, which is all that remains of a large stone fortified building.

After surrender to the Parliamentarians in 1645, a major part of the house was demolished apart from the gatehouse which is well preserved.

The present house was built about 1814 in the Strawberry Hill gothic style, with arched windows, castellated parapet and turrets.

Photo:Wiverton Hall from the south west.

Wiverton Hall from the south west.

Reg Baker, July 1979

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