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IoE Number: 162230
Location: HINXWORTH PLACE, NEW INN ROAD (east side)
Photographer: Mr Derek E. Wharton
Date Photographed: 04 October 2002
Date listed: 19 November 1984
Date of last amendment: 04 March 1985
Grade II*

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in the entry for 3/118 HINXWORTH HINXWORTH ROAD (east side) Hinxworth Hinxworth Place the item shall be amended to read HINXWORTH NEW INN ROAD Hinxworth Hinxworth Place ------------------------------------ TL 23 NW HINXWORTH HINXWORTH ROAD (East side) Hinxworth 3/118 Hinxworth Place 9.6.52 GV II* Manor house, now two properties. Late C15. SE wing added in C16. Whole house rewindowed early-mid C17 and extended with lean-to at rear. Clunch walls. Flint rubble plinth. Plain tile C18 hipped roof with 2 3-light leaded casement dormers. 2 storeys and attics. The front (NE) elevation has 4 mullioned and transomed stone casements, the upper floor with 3 lights, the 2 left-hand ground floor windows with 4 lights and moulded cornices. Original door towards right has pointed arch in hooded and moulded square frame. An original cinquefoiled 2-light window to right of door. The other C15 windows were reset in lean-to at rear, 4 windows in all, 1 at side of lean-to and others at rear. At left on front is a blocked door with moulded depressed arch. The wing has plastered and jettied upper floor. 5-light mullioned and transomed window to ground floor SW end retaining some original armorial glass. C16-17 external red brick stack on NW side. SE side has a C16 4-centre arch door and a restored 3-light mullioned window. 1980 lean-to extension on front. Interior: hall to left of door was built as 2 storeys with heavy moulded floor beams. Large fireplace, now blocked. Adjoining door is a timber partition with 2 4-centre-arch doors to former service rooms. In room above are extensive c.1500 wall paintings. Red ochre brocade pattern on yellow background. Above the fireplace are many graffiti in an early script. Another stone fireplace in passage above hall. (RCHM Typescript).

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