The present Marrington Hall is a small mid-Victorian Elizabethan-style half-timbered country house incorporating a late 16th-century timber-framed house, the earliest building perhaps associated with a sundial of 1595 erected by Richard Lloyd and inscribed ‘FROM DAI TO DAI THESE SHADES DO FLEE AND SO THIS LIFE PASSETH AWAIE’, originally set within its gardens. This sundial incorporates several family coat of arms, one of which is the arms of the de Boulers.