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CARR MANOR HOUSE, STONEGATE ROAD (south east side)
LEEDS, LEEDS, WEST YORKSHIRE
26 September 1963
Date of last amendment:
26 September 1963
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SE23NE STONEGATE ROAD, Meanwood
714-1/6/978 (South East side)
26/09/63 Carr Manor House
Large house. 1881, extended c1904. By ES Prior. For Thomas
Clifford Allbutt, MD. Additions c1904 by Francis Bedford for
Col Frederick William Tannett-Walker. Snecked walling of
dressed millstone grit, slate roofs. In Vernacular Revival
2 storeys with attics. S front: 5 gables, the 2 right set back
and the centre projects; the left 2 gabled bays probably the
Bedford additions. Entrance with stepped hoodmould right,
mullion and transom windows to ground floor, mullions to upper
floors, leaded lights. Sundial above 1st-floor window centre,
embattled parapet right, stepped gable ends, stone chimneys
with moulded cornices at each end and forward of ridge,
centre. North range at rear; connecting elliptical moulded
arches form entrance to rear courtyard with mosaic floor to
INTERIOR: reputed to contain panelled rooms, fireplaces and
plaster ceilings all in Vernacular Revival style.
Carr Manor was built on the site of Carr House, home of the
Oates family 1765, 1868. In 1914 the estate was sold to the
Leeds surgeon Sir Berkeley Moynihan, later Lord Moynihan.
Leeds Corporation bought the property in 1938 to be lodgings
for High Court Judges when sitting in Leeds.
(Hopwood WA & Casperson FP: Meanwood; Village, Valley,
Industry and People: 1986-: 60; The Architect: 1890-).