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Description: Hinton Manor House
Date Listed: 12 March 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 142902
OS Grid Reference: SU6889615265
OS Grid Coordinates: 468896, 115265
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9327, -1.0209
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SU 61 NE HORNDEAN HORNDEAN
5/11 Hinton Manor House
House. Early C17, late C19, with C20 restoration. Thick walls of chalkstone
faced with flint, brick plinth band, quoins, drip moulds above windows, and
chamfered window surrounds: stone mullioned windows in each gable. Tile roof;
massive Victorian Tudor stack. A Jacobean E-plan house, retaining its solid
structure, but with later features. Symmetrical west front, with gable to the
centre and gabled wings extending forward, two storeys and attic, 1.2 above 3.1
windows. Wood mullioned casements. Victorian brick gabled porch, with battered
sides, arch with stone key and some voussoirs, plain doorframe and C20 boarded
door. The south elevation has two storeys two windows, with ground-floor tile-
roofed bays, one splayed and the other rectangular.
Listing NGR: SU6986914120
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Source: English Heritage
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