Architect: Arthur W. Blomfield
The original Denton Manor was a stone mansion, but nearly all rebuilt in 1816-17. In 1842, The Welby family took over and between 1879 and 83 rebuilt the house to a design by Arthur W. Blomfield. After a major fire a great deal of the manor was destroyed, but the family restored it to its former glory. But like so many stately homes in the area, the upkeep became beyond the family’s means and in 1938 it was demolished. All that is left of Denton Manor today is the gatehouse.