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Description: The Clock Tower Attached to Hampton Manor
Date Listed: 18 July 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 218363
OS Grid Reference: SP2011380880
OS Grid Coordinates: 420113, 280880
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4255, -1.7056
The following building shall be added to the list;
HAMPTON IN ARDEN HIGH STREET
18/10006 (west side)
18.7.72 The Clock Tower attached
to Hampton Manor
GV II* (star)
Clock tower. 1872. By W.E. Nesfield. Ashlar with slate pyramidal roof
and lantern. Gothic style. 3 stages, octagonal plan with projecting
stairs to turret on right. Pointed arch doorway up flight of steps
then 2-light cusped windows to second stage and 2 tall lancepts on
third stage with 4 clock faces, 3 of them with panels beneath,finely
carved with signs of the zodiac. A cornice and fine gargoyles are
surmounted by the octagonal roof which has 3 elaborate wooden dormers
and fine open lantern with finial. Interior has open spiral staircase
and the clock mechanism and bell survive. The clock tower is attached
to Hampton Manor (q.v.) but is entered separately.
Listing NGR: SP2011380880
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Source: English Heritage
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