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Description: Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 4 July 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 135206
OS Grid Reference: SO9726129356
OS Grid Coordinates: 397261, 229356
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9627, -2.0413
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SO 9629 GOTHERINGTON MANOR LANE
8/111 Manor Farmhouse
Large farmhouse. Probably C17, enlarged C18. Coursed squared
and dressed limestone with dressed stone quoins with stone slate
roof, concrete tile and corrugated asbestos at rear; stump of
ashlar stack; C20 imitation ashlar stack; part brick, part ashlar
stack at rear. Long rectangular C18 range with earlier range at
right angles to rear; further extension to the gable end of the
early range; small square outbuilding at the south east corner;
lean-to extensions to the rear of the C18 range; forming a 'T'-
shaped overall plan. Five-windowed entrance front. Four cross
windows with narrow wood mullions to the ground floor; five
matching windows to the first floor. Central C18 door with 6
flush panes; tall single-light window with a horizontal glazing
bar to the right of the door. All windows and door with dressed
stone side alternate jambs. Five 2-light hipped roof dormers
with early leaded panes. Earlier range to rear with single 3-
light double-chamfered stone-mullioned casements; stopped hoods of
two similar windows now blocked with 2-pane sash windows inserted
in blocking. Single round-headed light with carved spandrels to
the attic. Reused bull's eye window to the square outbuilding
with pyramidal roof. Gable-end stacks and flat coping to the C18
range. Interior not accessible.
Listing NGR: SO9726129356
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Source: English Heritage
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