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Ebrington Manor, Ebrington

Description: Ebrington Manor

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 126950

OS Grid Reference: SP1834639931
OS Grid Coordinates: 418346, 239931
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0575, -1.7338

Location: May Lane, Ebrington, Gloucestershire GL55 6NJ

Locality: Ebrington
Local Authority: Cotswold District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL55 6NJ

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Listing Text


13/28 Ebrington Manor



(Shown Ebrington Hall on 6" O.S. Map)
Manor house described from garden: C14 unit with C17 style
outshut, probably C19/C20, towards described facade. Mid/late C17
main body, C19/C20 additions to rear completely covering former
facade not of listable quality, C17 main body, coursed, roughly
squared limestone, C19/C20 extensions and C14 block right pebble
dashed with limestone buttresses against right wall. Grey slate
roofing to all, half-hipped over C17 main body with saddle-back
coping. 5-flue central chimney, triple diagonal chimneys from
gable end right and single from projecting stack left. Tall,
rectangular, ashlar chimney from stack projecting from right end
wall. C14 unit set back to right with early C17 style outshut
running forward almost to line of facade of C17 block left. C14
unit now comprises a one room plan but vault below formerly
connected with further room/s to left. C17 main body, one room
deep with central open hall. 3 storeys with central, 3 storey
gabled porch. 2:1:2 windowed: 4-light mullioned and transomed
with horizontal glazing bars. Central door: unpainted wood with
strap hinges, original knocker and key hole, stone 4-centred
arched surround with spandrels, keystone and imposts. Lintel
over, moulded at top. Late C17/early C18 Coat of Arms over door,
Aylmer quartering Fortescue. C17 style outshut. 2 storeys: one
windowed: one 3-light stone-mullioned window with ovolo moulded
chamfers and leaded panes. C20 patio doors below. Right wall
has hollow chamfered stone-mullioned window with leaded panes and
ornate handles. String course over lower lights. C14 unit single
storey with cellar under. Windows in right wall 2 late C18/early
C19 Gothick windows with flattened ogee arches. Rear wall: Single
C14 traceried window with 2 principal lights with ogee, cusped
heads and quatrefoil.
Interior: C14 part; ribbed quadripartite vault to cellar and
upper room, with roll moulded capitals. Late C19/early C20 copy
of 4-centred arched doorway with floral decoration in spandrels to
outshut. C17 main body: central open hall with deeply moulded
plasterwork in the form of a wreath with central rosette in centre
of ceiling. C17 balustraded gallery. House contains some
original panelling. The decorative plasterwork and some of the
panelling was brought from the Queen Anne Summer House in the manor
grounds in 1925. (Ball, J. et al.,
"Under the Oaks" Bloomfield and Son 1978).

Listing NGR: SP1833939934

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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