Denbury Manor is listed Grade II.
The origins of the property are known to be in the 11th century when a monastic cell existed on the site. It was the home of Aeldred, later Archbishop of York, who crowned William the Conqueror.Seventeenth century house with a Georgian front, later medievalizations done by Hurrel Froude in 1825, and much, including the gatehouse, built in the early C20 century for W.S.Curtis. White (1850) noted that it was ’ a large Elizabethan mansion, is the seat of Miss Froude’ while Stockdale described it as ‘ a neat Gothic structure (which) is very delightful’. The sale particulars of 1909 listed the timbered pleasure grounds, rockery, croquet lawn, and kitchen garden.