Long Crendon Courthouse

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Long Crendon Courthouse

Long Crendon

National Trust

Long Crendon Courthouse
Location: 51°46’33"N, 0°59’24"W
Website: Long Crendon Courthouse

Long Crendon Courthouse is a 15th-century two-storeyed timber-framed building in Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire. It is today a National Trust property and a Grade II* listed building.[1]

It is believed that the building was used as a wool store before serving to house manorial courts, which were held here from the reign of King Henry V until the reign of Queen Victoria.

The ground floor (which is now let out as a flat) was the village poor house.

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  1. National Heritage List 1214040: Long Crendon Courthouse