Orleton House is Listed Grade II for its architectural importance. The main house has origins in the Jacobean period but it was effectively rebuilt in 1858 and has classic architecture of the period. The exterior is characterised by mellow brick elevations, attractive stone work and prominent Dutch gables. Rising above the house are ornate chimney stacks and a fascinating bell tower with the bell remaining in good working order and still in use by the family.
Just look at the kitchen! It’s one that looks like it’s used by someone who enjoys cooking!
The exterior of the house is fascinating! The garage building is lovely, the gardens are entrancing! And it has a swimming pool!