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Manor Farmhouse and Former Seahorse Public House, Deene

Description: Manor Farmhouse and Former Seahorse Public House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 May 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 232940

OS Grid Reference: SP9465392676
OS Grid Coordinates: 494653, 292676
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5238, -0.6063

Location: Deene, Northamptonshire NN17 3EJ

Locality: Deene
Local Authority: East Northamptonshire District Council
County: Northamptonshire
Country: England
Postcode: NN17 3EJ

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Listing Text

5P9492 (North side)
13/75 Manor Farmhouse and former
23/05/67 Seahorse Public House
(Formerly listed as Manor
Probably Dower House now farmhouse and former public house. C17, C18 and C19.
Squared coursed limestone and limestone and lias ashlar with Collyweston slate
roof. Original plan indeterminate, now double depth. 2 storeys with attic. Main
front is 6-window range, with the centre bay breaking forward as a gabled
cross-wing. 2-window range to left of cross-wing is Manor Farmhouse and has
3-light stone mullion windows to the first floor. Large C19 casement window to
ground floor far left, under shallow stone arch, and C19 sash window to left of
cross-wing. C19 part-glazed door, between windows, has square-head with moulded
stone surround. Cross-wing has a 4-light stone mullion window to ground floor
with a similar 3-light window to first floor. Venetian style window to attic.
Two 2-light stone mullion windows to left return of cross-wing. 3-window range
to right of cross-wing is lias ashlar with limestone dressings, probably
remodelled C19. Tall wooden cross-windows with ashlar surrounds and keyblocks.
Doorway to left of centre. Ranges of 3 roof dormers to either side of crass-wing
have alternating triangular and segmental pediments. Ashlar gable parapets and
ashlar ridge and end stacks, with moulded cornices. C19 one-bay extension
attached to right has blind ground floor window. Cross-wing projects to rear,
with C19 ranges running parallel in both directions. Interiors not inspected but
probably have remains of open fireplaces and said to have some C17 fireplaces.

Listing NGR: SP9465392676

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Source: English Heritage

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