Taken in 1937 of the chapel and boundary wall at Fardel, a tudor manor house near Cornwood. Architecturally, the most interesting house in the parish is Fardel, which was a Saxon estate and a Domesday manor.
The house is a medieval mansion of 15th to 16th century date, with a well-preserved chapel and solar. The chapel was licensed by Bishop Lacy in 1432 and this is probably the date of the existing building.
The chapel has on it a small granite cross on the east end of the roof. It was probably not merely a domestic chapel, but was also used by the tenants of the Manor.
At right angles to the chapel is the Tudor mansion, with granite mullioned windows and ample porch.
tudor manor house
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