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Manor Farm and Wall Running North East, Rockbourne

Description: Manor Farm and Wall Running North East

Grade: I
Date Listed: 30 September 1964
English Heritage Building ID: 144131

OS Grid Reference: SU1153418341
OS Grid Coordinates: 411534, 118341
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9644, -1.8371

Location: 4 New Road, Rockbourne, Hampshire SP6 3NN

Locality: Rockbourne
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SP6 3NN

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Listing Text

SU 1118
14/26 Manor Farm & wall
30.9.64 running NE
(Formerly listed as Manor
GV House)
Manor House and wall. Small C14 house, with alterations, and late C17
range altered C19/20. Rubble stone and flint (some herringbone pattern)
stone repairs, much brick rebuilding, later part painted brick, old
plain tile roofs. Plan of small S-shaped C14 building, 2 storey, of 2
bay range facing church, with 2 bay hall wing across one end, wall beyond
it, square plan projection to rear of other bay; at that end C18 (altered)
link to 2 storey, 5 bay late C17 range at right angles. Entrance front
of building now late C17 range, which has slightly projecting half-hipped
LH bay. Just LH of centre half-glazed door under moulded flat hood on
thin columns and pilasters. In other bays large C20 2 or 4-light
casements under segmental arches, cutting 1st floor raised band. On 1st
floor C18 leaded 2 or 3-light casements. End stacks and ridge stack
between RH bays. Front facing church has hall wing projecting forward at
RH end of chamber range and link to C17 range at LH end with C20 additions
in front of all but hall. Hall range has C14 three-centred head door,
blocked with herringbone flint work, facing N door of church. Some
blocked lancets. Chamber range has wooden casements, and 1st floor
offset with stone tiles. On 1st floor stone mullioned windows. Gable
walls and brick stacks over junction of ranges, and at LH end. Gables
and other sides rebuilt in brick. From RH corner of hall range, wall of
cob and tile coping runs 20m to corner of chapel barn (qv), bounding
small garden around house. Interior should be of interest. Old part is
a scheduled Ancient Monument. VCH; vol IV; p581-2. Archeological
Journal; vol CV; supplement.

Listing NGR: SU1163218400

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Source: English Heritage

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