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Old Manor House, Ingoldsby

Description: Old Manor House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 19 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 193241

OS Grid Reference: TF0100129952
OS Grid Coordinates: 501001, 329952
Latitude/Longitude: 52.8576, -0.5014

Location: Main Street, Ingoldsby, Lincolnshire NG33 4EU

Locality: Ingoldsby
Local Authority: South Kesteven District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: NG33 4EU

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Listing Text


7/26 Old Manor House


Former Rectory now house; 1847 by Charles Kirk of Sleaford; dressed rubble
with ashlar dressings, stone coped gables with fleur de lys finials and
shaped kneelers; green slate roof with one shaped stone stack and one
replaced brick stack on stone base. 2 storey with garret having plinth
and decorated corbels to eaves and one storey with attic. 6 bay facade,
4 bays to the left being 2 storey, the 2 end bays projecting under gables.
An off centre door covered by a stone gabled porch with fleur de lys finial
and doorway with 4 centre arched head, hood mould and faliate stops. Above
opening a shield with 3 stars and a scroll with Greek inscription. To the
left a one bay projecting wing with a 3 light stone mullion window with high
transom. Above a 2 light window and in the gable a single light. All
contemporary windows have shaped heads, stone cills and flat ashlar surrounds
with iron casements. To the right a tall stair window of 2 lights with
2 transomes and decorated top light; a projecting one bay octagonal tower with
battlemented parapet and foliated corbels having 2 single lights to its main
front and one each side on the angles. Further right a 2 light window with a
projecting gabled 2 light dormer above having corbel brackets and fleur de lys
finial. The end projecting bay has a C20 bow window on ground floor which
has broken open the original opening and above a C19 2 light casement. The
pattern of 3 and 2 light windows of the original architectural composition.
continues round side and rear elevations. The interior has large entrance
hall with impressive staircase. In a room to left of porch is a stone
fireplace in Tudor style decorated with roses. Over it is an inscribed brass
plaque in Gothic script "FH 1847, to my successor: If thou chance to find a
house to thy mind, and built without they cost, Be good to the poor as God
gives thee store and then my labours not lost."

Listing NGR: TF0100129952

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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