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Court Lees Manor, Pean Hill

Description: Court Lees Manor

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 March 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 170860

OS Grid Reference: TR1110763367
OS Grid Coordinates: 611107, 163367
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3302, 1.0289

Location: Canterbury, Kent CT5 3AZ

Locality: Pean Hill
Local Authority: Canterbury City Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: CT5 3AZ

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Listing Text

(East Side)
Court Lees Manor
TR 16 SW 6/51 30.3.51.
Square early C19 house. 2 storeys and attic. 3 windows. Front stuccoed, ground
floor rusticated. Pilasters flankin g front. Centre window bay projects and is
carried up to contain a 3-light lunette window on the 2nd floor with cornice and
parapet over it. Between this centre portion and the pilasters is a balustraded
parapet with 2 round-headed dormers, behind it. Slate roof, hipped in front, mansarded
at the sides. Windows recessed in archding, those on the ground floor round-headed,
those on the 1st floor segmental-headed, the centre 1 with an architrave over supported
on consoles. Glazing bars intact above the ground floor. Porch of the solid type
with twin Doric pilasters flanking it and cornice and parapet over. The sides
of the house are painted brick.
Rendered brick piers, wooden gate posts and spear railings either side before house.
Entrance gate from Pean Hill white painted term type timber between brick end rendered
rusticated piers, having stone cornice surmounted by the anthemion contained within
a semi-circle on 4 faces.

Listing NGR: TR1110763367

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Source: English Heritage

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