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The Manor House, Skidbrooke with Saltfleet Haven

Description: The Manor House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 195506

OS Grid Reference: TF4544893795
OS Grid Coordinates: 545448, 393795
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4209, 0.1873

Location: Main Road, Skidbrooke, Lincolnshire LN11 7RZ

Locality: Skidbrooke with Saltfleet Haven
Local Authority: East Lindsey District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: LN11 7RZ

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Listing Text

(west side)
6/64 The Manor House (formerly
listed as Old Manor House)

House. c.1673, C19. Red brick. Plain tile and pantile roofs,
brick coped and tumbled gables. Single central ridge stack, C19
twisted ridge stack, plain C19 ridge stack. Rectangular plan
with low range running north, set back to right of main front.
Lobby entrance. 2 storeys and garret, 5 bay front with plinth
and first floor band. Central doorway with segmental head and
plank door. Doorway flanked by 2 round headed windows with
wooden cross mullion casements on each side. 5 windows above
with wooden cross mullion casements. Plinth and first floor band
runs across gable end and south front and gable end of low north-
eastern range. East gable end of main block with window with
segmental head and wooden cross mullion casement. Similar window
above with small wooden cross mullioned casement for garret.
South front of north east range with doorway to left with
segmental head and panel door. East gable end of lower range
with 3 light sliding sash with 2 light sliding sash above, both
with segmental heads. Clean break in brick bonding with range to
north, with 3 light sliding sash to left, with segmental head and
2 blocked openings with segmental heads to right. Single 2 light
sliding sash above to left. C17 oak staircase, 5 feet wide
leading up to long landing, with boxed in tread ends, 2 turned
bannisters to each tread, moulded hand rail and newel with ball
finial. Beamed ceilings exposed and 2 large brick fireplaces.
Small sitting room upstairs with names Robert Fox and Jane Hardy,
with date 1673 and lover's knot inscribed (both names in C17
parish register under marriages).

Listing NGR: TF4544893795

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Source: English Heritage

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