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IoE Number: 245337
Photographer: Mr John O'Brien
Date Photographed: 25 March 2005
Date listed: 12 January 1954
Date of last amendment: 12 January 1954
Grade II

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BINSEY LANE1485Medley Manor Farahouse,including doorway in gardenwall

BINSEY LANE 1. 1485 Medley Manor Farahouse, including doorway in garden wall SP 40 NE 23/20 12.1.54. II 2. Farmhouse. RCHM 292. Consists of (1) An altered C17 building facing South with (2) a late C18 wing attached on North West. (1) 2-storeyed coursed rubble, probably originally early C17, and which was altered in C18, possibly when the North West wing was added. A stone stack projects in the South West angle. There are sash windows, a modern porch and a glass house. The hipped roof is of stone slates. (2) 3-storeyed rubble with a stone slate hipped roof and having in the West elevation 5 2-light casement windows on with segmental stone architraves; 2 of the windows in the ground floor on the south side have been altered to sashes. On the South end in the ground floor is a modern stone 3-sided bay with sashes and a stone roof. On the East side is a pent. On the East side of (1) in the garden wall is a reset C16 stone doorway with moulded jambs, a 4-centred arch, carved spandrels and in the centre of the arch an angel holding a defaced shield.

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