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Sandle Manor School, Sandleheath

Description: Sandle Manor School

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 144149

OS Grid Reference: SU1360314840
OS Grid Coordinates: 413603, 114840
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9329, -1.8078

Location: Marl Lane, Sandleheath, Hampshire SP6 1NS

Locality: Sandleheath
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SP6 1NS

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Listing Text

SU 11 SW
9/1 Sandle Manor School


Middle-sized country house now school. C17 core, remodelled c1900, extended
early C20. Brick with stone dressings, later parts are rendered with mock-
framing on 1st floor, old plain tile roofs. Originally H-shape plan with
centre range of 2 storey 4 bays, the end bays being cross-wings, projecting one
bay to front and 2 to rear; to one end c1900 2 bay double pile range and beyond,
many C20 additions of 2 storey and attic and single storey. Front in Elizabethan
style. To RH older part. Between crosswings filled in with single storey range.
In centre is projecting porch of keyed doorway, with columns either side
supporting Doric entablature, over corner pilasters with finials and armorial panel
with carvings around. Each side 3-light mullion window, over parapet wall
which ramps-up each end. Behind 2 cross-windows with heads in gabled dormers with
ball finials. RH crosswing has external stack in centre which rises to swan-neck
pediment a gable level continuing up as rectangular arched panel stack. Either
side of stack on both floors 1 or 2-light mullion and transomed windows. In LH
crosswing 5-light mullion and transom window on both floors. All gables
kneelered with ball finials. Stacks behind main ridge immediately LH of each
cross-wing. 2 bays to IH continue in similar style. Interior mainly c1900
although earlier features survive.

Listing NGR: SP0531921145

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Source: English Heritage

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