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Description: The Manor House
Date Listed: 6 November 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 165805
OS Grid Reference: TA0719721365
OS Grid Coordinates: 507197, 421365
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6778, -0.3786
TA 0621-0721 BARROW UPON HUMBER HIGH STREET
14/7 The Manor House
House. Mid-late C18 with earlier origins; alterations of c1880 probably by
W H Kitchen of Hull. Alterations of c1978, including new door, windows.
Brick with pantile roof; plain tile roof to bay window. House L-shaped on
plan: 3 rooms with entrance hall to right of centre, single-room wing to
rear left and rear outshut. Left gable end to street. 2 storeys with
attic, 4 bays: symmetrical 3-bay entance front to right. Steps to 6-panel
door in reveal, plain C20 doorcase with re-used moulded consoles supporting
frieze and hood, flanked by large casements in blocked C19 bay window
openings; casement to left end. First floor 16-pane flush sashes under
stucco flat arches. Stepped and cogged brick eaves cornice. Brick coped
and tumbled gable to right with projecting end stack. Axial stack to left
with corbelled brick cornice. Pointed-arch window to right return with
Gothick glazing. Left return forms street front with gable end to right.
Rendered plinth. Full-height canted bay to right of centre with 3 ground
floor sashes under stucco flat arch, 3 late C19 first floor leaded casements
in plain wood frame with ornate stained glass friezes; stepped eaves, hipped
roof. Single 16-pane ground and first floor flush sashes to left under
stucco flat arches. Small 12-pane attic sliding sash to right in stepped
gable with moulded brick kneeler to right angle and C19 moulded brick raking
cornice and coping above. Section to left: stepped and dentilled brick
eaves cornice, brick coped and tumbled gable, C19 axial stack with corbelled
cornice. Interior: open well staircase with closed string, moulded handrail
and column-on-vase balusters with square knops; arched alcove to ground
floor centre with moulded brackets and archivolt; fielded-panel doors, some
early 2-panelled. W H Kitchen (of Gelder and Kitchen at Hull) lived here
Listing NGR: TA0719721365
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