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Description: Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 7 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 146527
OS Grid Reference: SU6464715020
OS Grid Coordinates: 464647, 115020
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9310, -1.0814
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SU 6415 HAMBLEDON WEST STREET
16/51 Manor Farmhouse
House. Medieval stone built house (C12) with late medieval timber-framed wing,
extended and raised as a timber frame in the C16 and C17, with C17 and mid C19 re-
fronting of part, and minor renovation. Oldest walling of stone (some flint)
rubble with stone dressings, with some small rectangular windows with chamfered
frames surviving (mostly blocked) and remains of round arches (now filled), and
a buttress: other walling of flint with stone dressings (repaired in brickwork):
the south-east unit contains inserted C16 window frames of brickwork with chamfered
edges (one retaining a mullioned oak frame now blocked): the west gable is cemented.
The later wing has a bricknogged timber-frame, exposed on the east and north side,
showing phases of construction and including close-studding. Other walls of
brickwork in English and Flemish Garden Wall bonds, the latter with rubbed flat
arches. Tile roof. The medieval hall has an east-west orientation, with an east
wing of lower height and width; at the west end there extends a north wing
(again of two levels) forming an L-shape, all of two storeys; there is a massive
tapered stack attached to its west side, north of which is a Victorian west
elevation of three windows. Elsewhere, the fenestration is irregular and varied.
Casements. Mid C19 gabled porch with decorative bargeboards, and half-glazed door.
Listing NGR: SU6464715020
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Source: English Heritage
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