Hughenden Manor is located in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire in England.
Records show that Hughenden Manor existed as far back as the year 1086.
Benjamin Disraeli, a Victorian Prime minister once resided at Hughenden Manor during the mid-late 19th century.
In 1862 architect, Edward Buckton Lamb and Benjamin Disraeli remodeled the house.
After the death of BenjaminDisraeli, his nephew Coningsby gained ownership of the house who later built the west wing of the house.
Hughenden Manor was used as a secret intelligence base during the Second World War. It had the code name “hillside”.
In 1949 Hughenden Manor was given to the National Trust who still own and run it to this day. Hughenden Manor is open to the public.
Reported Paranormal Activity
Visitors of Hughenden Manor have reported seeing the ghost of Benjamin Disraeli on the upper floors of the manor house as well as at the foot of the cellar stairs.