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IoE Number: 135729
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Date listed: 14 July 1953
Date of last amendment: 08 October 1981
Grade II

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1. BITTERNE ROAD 5239 Bitterne Bitterne Manor (formerly listed as Remains of Bitterne Manor House, incorporating mediaeval remains) SU 41 SW 10/37 14.7.53 II 2. This dates from the C13, on the site of the Roman Port of Clausentum, and was a manor house of the Bishops of Winchester. This was much restored in 1864, damaged in the second World War and subsequently reconstructed out of old materials. Two storeys built of stone rubble. Gable ended. Modern tiled roof with 5 modern dormers. Six modern mullioned and transomed windows. Modern doorcase with 4 centred archway having the datestone 1952 above it. On the left-hand side is a C13 blank lancet window and a portion of rough rubble walling. The interior is modern.

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