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Description: Heywood Manor
Date Listed: 7 August 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 144255
OS Grid Reference: SZ3209199140
OS Grid Coordinates: 432091, 99140
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7909, -1.5461
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SZ 39 NW BOLDRE CHURCH LANE
14/6 Heywood Manor
Small country house. One wing remains of C17 house, incorporated into present
house 1903-5 by R Blomfield. Brick, old plain tile roof with lead ridges and
stone slate eaves courses. H-plan with double pile 3 bay central part so wings
only projecting slightly, 2 storey and attic wings, either end, 3 bays long.
Front has central half-glazed door in doorcase of pilasters surmounted by cut
brackets, supporting shell hood. To LH 2 cross-windows under rubbed arches,
and over and to LH 1,2 or 3 light casements. To RH large stair window of 4 x 3
lights except that in centre at bottom is one large arched light. To LH wing
4-light casements, lower one transomed and under rubbed arch. RH wing is end
of old house and has 2 light casements. 2-light hip-roofed dormers on wings and
4 on central roof. All windows leaded. Roofs hipped. Behind ridge in centre
6-octagonal-shaft stack, 3-shaft similar above LH centre bay, and on old RH wing
4-diamond-shaft stack. For interior see Country Life; 1926;pp 350-6, and NMR.
Listing NGR: SZ3266799453
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Source: English Heritage
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