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Description: North Manor Farmhouse
Date Listed: 29 June 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 189562
OS Grid Reference: SK6914510334
OS Grid Coordinates: 469145, 310334
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6863, -0.9785
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SK 61 SE MAIN STREET (North West Side)
4/96 North Manor Farmhouse
House, partially C17, altered and with a C19 extension forming a wing, and
now a separate dwelling. The old range is brick though there are traces of
a timber frame, and has a Swithland slate roof. The C19 wing is also brick
with modern concrete tiled roof. Both are 2 storeyed. The older part has side
entry to west and a 3-light casement window to each floor in this gable. In
the apex of the gable, nesting ledges for doves. The east gable has a lower
3-light casement, and 2-lights above with wide wood mullion between them. Exposed
tie beam and truss above. One gabled dormer to rear, and part of the wall plate
and one main post visible. Rubble plinth to rear and a side wall stack, the
flue projecting through the roof slope rather than the ridge. Small single
storeyed C19 outbuilding. Inside, moulded cross beams and chamfered joists
to ground floor. Cambered tie beams and inclined struts to main roof trusses.
Upper lime floors. The C19 front wing is of two units with central doorway
with cambered brick head and a canted bay to its left on the east side. 2 and
3-light casements above. Gable end stack.
Listing NGR: SK6914510334
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Source: English Heritage
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