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Listed Building: THE MANOR HOUSE (1281804)

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Grade II*
Authority Historic England
Volume/Map/Item 1259, 3, 38
Date assigned Tuesday, September 2, 1952
Date last amended


IN THE ENTRY FOR:- PARISH OF HARTSHORNE Sk 32 SW MAIN STREET (East Side) 3/38 Nos 8 & 10 (The Manor 2-9-92 House) (formerly listed as Old Manor House) GV II* THE ADDRESS SHALL BE AMENDED TO READ:- MAIN STREET (East Side) Nos 6 & 10 (the Manor House) (formerly listed as Old Manor House) PARISH OF HARTSHORNE MAIN STREET SK 32 SW 3/38 (East Side) 2-9-52 Nos 8 & 10 (The Manor House)(formerly listed as GV II* Old Manor House) Manor house, now divided in two. c1629 and 1669, with later alterations. Close studded timber frame on a sandstone plinth. Plain tile roof with two brick ridge stacks. T-plan arrangement of hall and cross wing. Two storeys, the upper floor jettied. South elevation of two bays. Vertical close studding to ground floor with diagonal braces rising from the floor plate. Diagonal studding to first floor, with middle rail. Central doorway with moulded wooden surround and four-centred arch. Plank door. Flanked on each side by 2-light Yorkshire sashes. Two similar but smaller windows above. Four bay east elevation. Projecting gabled bay to left has a 4-light mullioned and transomed bracketed wooden oriel. 3-light C20 casement above, with a 2-light Yorkshire sash to the right. 2-light C20 casement above again. In the return wall to the right is a gabled timber framed dormer, now blind. Three bays to the right partly underbuilt in brick, has C20 glazed door, flat-roofed entrance bay and a 3-light casement. Three 2-light casements above and three small C20 gabled roof dormers. The north gable end has a timber framed lean-to over the sandstone basement containing vaulted ovens. West elevation has a projecting gabled bay to the right, faced in painted brick to first floor and above. 3-light Yorkshire sash to ground floor, 3-light Yorkshire sash under segment head above and above again. To the left a 3-light Yorkshire sash with similar above. Projecting two storey gabled porch has four-centred arched entrance and a 2-light casement above. to the left is a projecting C19 brick range not of special interest, and to the left again a three-storey gabled bay raised in the C19 with painted brick above the ground floor. 3-light Yorkshire sashes to each floor, the upper two with segment heads. Interior: Cellar has stud partitions and stop chamfered beams. Stud partitions and stop chamfered beams throughout the house. Inglenook fireplaces. Three four-centred arched stop chamfered fireplaces. Braced single purlin roof. Listing NGR: SK3269020767

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Grid reference SK 3269 2076 (point)
Map sheet SK32SW

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Aug 27 2023 7:00PM

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