The house from the Jan 14, 1927 issue of "The Builder"
Built / Designed For: Blanck family
House & Family History: The Manor of Long Crendon was given to Sir Walter Giffard, Lord of Longueville, by William the Conqueror for services at the Battle of Hastings (there is some evidence that Sir Walter and his son killed Harold, the last Anglo-Saxon king of England). Today's Long Crendon Manor is the result of many centuries of alterations and additions.
Garden & Outbuildings: A brick Granary, circa 1725, is extant. The original farmyard was converted into a garden, 1967-68, by Robert Adam, who also designed the hipped roof Gazebo for Lord Carrington.
Title: Midsomer Murders on Location
Author: Schreiner, Sabine; Street, Joan
Year Published: 2010
Reference: pg. 40
Publisher: Cambridge: Irregular Special Press
Book Type: Softback
Title: Buildings of England: Buckinghamshire, The
Author: Pevsner, Nikolaus; Williamson, Elizabeth
Year Published: 1994
Reference: pg. 182
Publisher: London: Penguin Books
Book Type: Hardback
House Listed: Grade II
Park Listed: Not Listed
Current Seat / Home of: Peter Carington, 6th Baron Carrington.
Past Seat / Home of: Blanck family, 10th century. Sir Walter Giffard, Lord of Longueville, 11th century.
Current Ownership Type: Individual / Family Trust
Primary Current Ownership Use: Mixed Use
Ownership Details: Today a luxury B&B and the family home of Lord Carrington.