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Description: Cheylesmore Manor
Date Listed: 5 February 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 218536
OS Grid Reference: SP3335878645
OS Grid Coordinates: 433358, 278645
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4048, -1.5111
5105 MANOR HOUSE DRIVE
[Formerly listed as Nos 13 & 14
and No 29 (Cheylesmore Manor House)
SP 3378 NW 10/13 5.2.55.
C16 manor gatehouse incorporating parts of 2 wings of C14 manor house, C15 1st
floor of north wing. Much restored. Timber frame, plaster infilling, some ground
floor stonework. Gables either end of tiled roof. Central carriageway with blocked
4 centred arched doorway. Renewed casement windows. 2 storeys, slight projection
at north end of Manor Yard front. Restored interior retains ground floor ogee
arched doorway, C16 newel staircase, 1st floor 2 curved headed stone fireplace
The Manor House settled 1337 on the Black Prince, who visited it for long periods,
as did Queen Isabel. VCH, VIII, pp,18-2l.
Listing NGR: SP3335878645
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Source: English Heritage
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