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Arley Hall from the Furlong Walk
Arley Hall from the Furlong Walk

The Arley estate has been part of the land held by the Warburton family since the end of the 12th century.[1] In 1469 Piers Warburton moved his principal seat from Warburton to Arley, and built the first house on the site.

The hall was built for Rowland Egerton-Warburton between 1832 and 1845, to replace an earlier house on the site. Local architect George Latham designed the house in a style which has become known as Jacobethan, copying elements of Elizabethan architecture.

Location: Back Lane, Arley, Northwich CW9 6NA

Photographer: Andrew Fairclough

Arley Hall from the Furlong Walk

The Arley estate has been part of the land held by the Warburton family since the end of the 12th century.[1] In 1469 Piers Warburton moved his principal seat from Warburton to Arley, and built the first house on the site.

The hall was built for Rowland Egerton-Warburton between 1832 and 1845, to replace an earlier house on the site. Local architect George Latham designed the house in a style which has become known as Jacobethan, copying elements of Elizabethan architecture.

Location: Back Lane, Arley, Northwich CW9 6NA

Photographer: Andrew Fairclough