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Description: Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 31 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 142027
OS Grid Reference: SU6959742049
OS Grid Coordinates: 469597, 142049
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1735, -1.0058
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SU 64 SE SHALDEN SHALDEN
3/19 Manor Farmhouse
House. C16, with some early C19 cladding, and C20 extensions. Tiled roof,
with exterior walls of several materials. A late-medieval house, with timber
framed structure of L-shape, with C20 wings; 2 storeys, irregular fenestration.
The south-east elevation has only 2 windows in a long wall, and the north end
has a forward wing ending in a gable. A massive shafted stack rises in the
centre of the roof, and there is another massive stepped stack at the south side
of the wing. The upper wall is mostly tile-hung (of the C20) in the main part,
above brick walls in Flemish bond, the wing has flint walls with brick dressings,
with the upper gable tile-hung. The timber frame is exposed in part of the
north-east wall and at the rear with brick infill and other walling, with high
plinths. The C20 rear wings have tile hanging above brickwork on the larger
north side, the south wing having some exposed bricknogged frame in the gable.
Casements, including several early C19 cast-iron diamond frames. Boarded door in a
a solid porch. Inside, there is exposure of the framed part, with 2 wide
fireplaces, and in one room a Tudor arch to the fireplace (the interior chimney
breast is massive and includes an oven). Between a passageway and the room with
the Tudor fireplace is an oak-panelled C16 screen and door. A staircase of
later insertion has C18 turned rails, the structure having come from another
Listing NGR: SU6965642101
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Source: English Heritage
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