Stanmore House. Improved by Humphery Repton and William Kent,
Lymes Farm house, barn
Limes House. Mound in the garden space supposed to be Boadicea's grave, 19th , home of Handley Page
Old Brewery House. Clutterbuck's brewery adjoined, became housing
The Grove - BAE Systems works.
Conservation area, two ponds, cottages, chimney.
Ponds are called Caesar’s Ponds because it is said the Roman’s dug them., believed by many to have been the 'mere' of Roman times
Stables 19th for Stanmore Hall. Centrepiece of the area
Stanmore Hall. Originally 1847 for John Rhods. Later oil magnates, etc. Morris worked there.1850 Hindu sculptures for East India Co James Forbes. Fire in 1979 and restored but lumpy addition on the NE side.
Springbok House, previously called Warren House, Islamic Centre, built for Sir John Keyser of the Colne Valley Water Company. Robert Smirk also lived there and altered it.