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Manor House, Bradley

Description: Manor House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 4 January 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 164379

OS Grid Reference: TA2407106748
OS Grid Coordinates: 524071, 406748
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5427, -0.1291

Location: Church Lane, Bradley, North East Lincolnshire DN37 0BQ

Locality: Bradley
County: North East Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN37 0BQ

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Listing Text

(west side)

2/14 Manor House (formerly listed
as Bradley Manor)


House. 1686 on datestone, with range to right of earlier, possibly C16
origins; C19 front entrance porch, bay windows and extensive C19-C20
alterations and rear additions. Brick with some ashlar dressings to earlier
range and porch. Pantile roofs; plain tiles to bay windows and porch. Main
range L-shaped on plan: 2-room central entrance hall range with 2-room
forward-projecting wing to right. 2 storeys with attic, irregular
fenestration. Left range: 2 first floor windows. Projecting entrance porch
with ashlar plinth, 2-light ashlar mullioned window with hood; re-set
weathered ashlar sundial and slit window in brick-coped gable with shaped
kneelers; entrance to right return with moulded arched ashlar surround. Two
stones to left of porch inscribed RN and 1686, possibly re-set. Ground
floor canted bay windows to either side with C19-C20 casements and hipped
roofs, that to left extending to porch. First floor: unequal 12-pane sashes
and blocked former windows. Three C20 hipped dormer windows. Steeply-
pitched brick-coped gable to left with later end stack. Wing to right:
front gable-end has C20 restored brick plinth, ashlar quoins to lower
section; C20 ground floor casement and 12-pane sliding sash beneath timber
lintels, attic casement. Brick-coped crow-stepped gable (C20 rebuilt upper
section) with circular tie-bar ends and truncated stack. Right return has
C20 ground floor bay window, first floor sliding sashes and pair of C20
dormers; axial stack. Interior. Range to left has good open well closed-
string staircase, probably of 1686, with moulded handrail, bulb-on-vase
balusters, ball finials and pendant drops to plain newels; contemporary 2-
panel doors to first floor landing with bolection mouldings; late C18 arched
alcove to central room; early C19 cornice, arched alcoves and architraves to
ground floor left; 5-bay staggered butt-purlin roof. Spine beams to main
rooms of both wings: exposed timbers to rear passage may represent remains
of an earlier timber-frame.

Listing NGR: TA2407106748

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Source: English Heritage

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