Baddesley Clinton (Part 1), the Seat of Captain Edward Ferrers

Country Life Magazine for April 9th 1932 featuring a main article on Baddesley Clinton in Warwickshire (Part 1 of 2), The seat of Captain Edward Ferrers. Built by Bromes, the fifteenth century moated house is a Grade I listed building, it had been in the Ferrers family for over four hundred years. The estate today is now managed by the National Trust. With a seven page write up with black and white illustrations of the house exterior, grounds and the interior. This issue is in good condition with a portrait frontispiece of The Hon. Mrs Bryan Guinness, Daughter-in-law of Lord Moyne.

Publish Date: 9th April 1932

County: Warwickshire

Illustrator: Country Life


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