House Clearance in Enton
Few little facts about Enton
Aside from Church of St Peter and St Paul built in the 12th century - largely rebuilt 1838-39 due to a collapse - apart from the nave, which in architecture is a listed building at Grade I, outlying the village is Marylands at Grade II* by Oliver Hill, a 1929-31 home built of sandstone with a green Swedish pantiled roof, built for M C Warner in a blend of Spanish architecture and Lutyens. There are a few listed buildings closer to the church including one at Grade II*, White Hart Cottage. The East window behind the altar in the church was commissioned from Archibald Keightley Nicholson as a memorial window for Captain William Ralph Frecheville who was executed after capture 9 January 1920 aged 24, in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, whilst serving as part of the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War.
There are several shops in the main village, a village hall for community events and a public houses throughout including at Ellen's Green and Ewhurst Green which is a continuation of the village just south of the main village.