Ockwells Manor


Ockwells Manor
 is a fifteenth century manor house near Maidenhead built ca 1450 by John Norreys Esquire, Keeper of the Great Wardrobe of Henry VI, and has been described by Nikolaus Pevsner as “the most refined and the most sophisticated timber-framed mansion in England” (Buildings of Berkshire, 1966). It is also famous for the armorial stained glass still in its original position in the windows of the Great Hall. 





Land in Front of Ockwells Manor

 

 This Greenfield site adjacent to Ockwells Manor is currently protected by   National Trust covenant and is to be placed within the Green Belt under the Borough Local Plan.