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North Charford Manor House, Breamore

Description: North Charford Manor House

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 30 September 1964
English Heritage Building ID: 143847

OS Grid Reference: SU1706719482
OS Grid Coordinates: 417067, 119482
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9745, -1.7583

Location: Breamore, Hampshire SP6 2DS

Locality: Breamore
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SP6 2DS

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Listing Text


6/18 North Charford
Manor House

Large house. The building is a mixture of several phases; an east-west
structure of C16 has a north wing of the C17, westward extension of the
C18 (providing the main front), and an eastward large replacement
extension of 1891 (following a fire), itself altered in the early C20.
Brick walls of English bond, plinth, cambered arches and relieving arches,
diaper patterns in a south end stack, stone banding and admixture in a
north end massive stack; main (west) elevation of stucco. Tile roof.
Symmetrical front with tall centre of three storeys and attic, and wings
of one storey: the gable has a semi-circular section above a parapet and
encloses a circular window, from the side walls of the middle section a
parapet drops at each side by a curve to meet the wing parapets, there is
a Venetian window above a 1st floor three-light sash, and three-light
sashes to each wing: a classical porch of four bays has been filled with
glazing. The half-spandrels at 1st floor level are marked by large
circular patterns, with fluted segments. The main two-storeyed building
behind the unusual facade is of vernacular form, with irregular features.
The east wing (late C19) is two storeys and attic, of William and Mary
style. Interior: there are three closely-spaced doorways between the old
block and the north wing, two having Tudor form: the north wing has the
remains of a timber frame, within the (later) walls.

Listing NGR: SU1706719482

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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