Manley Knoll is a Grade II listed Arts & Crafts Country House in the village of Manley, Cheshire.

The house was completed in 1912 for Llewellyn Jones and was remodelled by James Henry Sellers in 1922 for the Demetriades family, who lived in Manley Knoll until 1946.

The Demetriade’s developed the gardens along Arts and Craft principles, making use of the great vistas. One of the three quarries was also developed into an unusual quarry garden.

Two generations of the Fildes family lived at Manley Knoll until 2011 when James and Roisin Timpson moved in, carrying on the tradition of the house being a lovely family home.

In 2012, Manley Knoll will be celebrating its centenary.

Any local history or further information on the house would be greatly received, and can be emailed to us here at Manley Knoll.