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IoE Number: 439993
Photographer: Mr John Chester
Date Photographed: 02 July 2004
Date listed: 19 April 1961
Date of last amendment: 27 October 1987
Grade II

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ST4615NORTON SUB HAMDON CP GREAT STREET (South side)9/213The Manor House(formerly listed as The ManorHouse(five occupations)

ST4615 NORTON SUB HAMDON CP GREAT STREET (South side) 9/213 The Manor House (formerly listed as The Manor House (five occupations) 19.4.61 GV II Detached house, now in multiple occupation. C17 with late C18 extension, modified. Ham stone ashlar and near-ashiar; Welsh slate roof between coped gables to east wing, other sections hipped roofs with west wing behind parapets; ashlar chimney stacks. 'T'-plan, mostly 3 storeys but C18 wing 2 storeys: east elevation 5 bays irregular fenestration, bay 1 being a 2- storey hipped roof projection. Hollow chamfered mullioned windows in chamfered recesses; to bay 1 both 4-light with separate labels; to bay 2 are 4- light windows not aligned to lower floors, blank at top; to bay 3 are 6-light to first and second floors; to bay 4 a 4-light below and a 3-light with transomes to first floor; to bay 5 are 6-light windows to first and second floors with a 3-light to left at ground floor level, and to right an angled bay window of C19 with larger 2-light windows each face, with honeycomb-leading, otherwise all windows have rectangular leaded panes with some iron-framed opening lights, and separate labels; left of bay 2 a C20 door up 8 steps, at mezzanine level, with label; another similar door up 2 steps, to bay 3. North gable has two 3-light windows at first and second floor levels. West wing extension of 3 bays: plinth, band course, cornice, parapet, rusticated quoins: sash window of 12 panes to upper bay 2, otherwise the architraved panels are 'blind'; to lower bay 1 a projecting porch, which has solid ashlar walls with 4 Tuscan pilasters on north face framing part-glazed door; above a full plain entablature and non-classical parapet, probably all early C19; to left of porch a C20 French door. The remaining elevations matching. Interiors not seen.

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