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Manor House, Scotter

Description: Manor House

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 5 February 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 196872

OS Grid Reference: SE8873400899
OS Grid Coordinates: 488734, 400899
Latitude/Longitude: 53.4973, -0.6638

Location: 22 The Green, Scotter, Lincolnshire DN21 3UD

Locality: Scotter
Local Authority: West Lindsey District Council
County: Lincolnshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN21 3UD

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Listing Text

The following building shall be added:-


Manor House


Manor House. Built 1773-6 for Charles Aistroppe, with minor C19 and C20
alterations. Red brick in English and Flemish bonds. Hipped triple Roman tiles,
3 brick ridge stacks. L-plan. Dentilated eaves. 2 storey. South front, 3 bay
with central doorway in moulded Coade stone surround with scroll brackets supporting
a flat hood. Eitherside are triple plain sashes with a blind round arch over the
central window, and a brick cill band. Above a central Diocletian window, flanked
by single triple windows all with glazing bar sashes. East front, 5 bays, with
central fixed glazing bar window with to left a pair of glazed double doors with
side lights, and overlight, beyond a plain sash. To the right a cross casement with
glazing bars and blind window beyond. Above a central sliding sash with to the
left 2 casements and to the right a further sliding sash and a blind window. The
north front, single bay, has an inserted door to left and a single casement to
right, above another sliding sash. West front of rear wing, 3 bays, with a central
glazed doorway, with to left a 4 panel door, and to the right a further part glazed
panel door. Above a central Diocletian window flanked by single glazing bar
windows. North front of main block has a couple of casements with a further
casement above. The western front of the main block has a single glazed doorway
with Diocletian window above, and single casements set back to the left. Interior.
Almost totally complete original interior with main staircase with 2 turned
balusters per tread, and ramped hand rail, round headed moulded archway with
keystone. Both main rooms on both floors retain original wooden fire surrounds,dado
panelling, shutters, window and door surrounds. Study also retains fire surround
and dado panelling, a bolection moulded fireplace survives in room above. Kitchen
has beams and large inglenook, with original back stairs off. All the doors and
doorways survive. This house has an extremely complete interior. Inspected 7 December

Listing NGR: SE8873400899

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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