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Description: Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 17 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 139207
OS Grid Reference: SU6914346933
OS Grid Coordinates: 469143, 146933
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2174, -1.0114
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SU 64 NE WESTON CORBETT & WESTON PATRICK WESTON PATRICK
C16, C17, C18, early C19. Large timber-framed house (incorporating a 4-bay
late-medieval cruck-framed hall) with a cross wing on the west side and a short
(earlier) and long (later) connected rear wings on the east side. Two storeys, east
wings of one storey and one storey with attic. Old tile roofing with gables, half-hips
and hips. Central shafted stack, attached stack at the west end with shafted flues and
tile-roofed section tapering to a massive chimney breast, the east side has an even
larger chimney of the same pattern (set against a gable). The rear part of the west
wing has exposed framing with brick infill, and brick plinth. The remaining walling is
in red brickwork, mainly of English bond, but with Monk and Flemish Garden Wall bonds
to the east wings. The main (south) front has 1.3 windows, the slightly-projecting
west side having English bond walling with altered features, the main wall in Flemish
bond above English, with rubbed flat arches to the ground-floor, stone cil 1s, plinth.
The windows are sashes in reveals (of the early C19) of 20 above 16 panes. The slender
door frame has on its outside slender reeded pilasters, with double scroll brackets
supporting a flat canopy, with trellis sides. The long east wing has casement windows
and 3 gabled dormers.
Listing NGR: SU6904247010
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Source: English Heritage
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