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Description: Staward Manor
Date Listed: 20 October 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 239319
OS Grid Reference: NY8110860292
OS Grid Coordinates: 381108, 560292
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9369, -2.2964
NY 86 SW HAYDON STAWARD
9/69 Staward Manor
20/10/52 (Formerly listed as Low
House, late C16 or early C17 adjacent bastles, altered and enlarged. C18 left
rear wing; right wing built and main block enlarged and remodelled 1835-40.
Rubble and squared stone with ashlar dressings; slate roofs. Main block with
parallel adjacent rear wings, lower left wing. 2 storeys, 2 and 6 bays. French
door in left bay of main block, which has 2-light small-paned casements (some
blocked) in raised and chamfered surrounds, that in second bay under a head with
open scrolled pediment holding fleur-de-lys. In left section 3-light chamfered
stone-mullioned casements, with diamond leading, under scrolled open pediments,
with central rose, on first floor. Blocked bastle door between has flattened
Tudor-arched lintel with panel: G & C B, 1668 (George and Cecila Bacon). Blocked
door and small window below. In right return 2-light mullioned windows, some lights
blocked. Right rear wing has similar windows. Left rear wing has door in Gibbs
surround and windows with flat stone mullions in raised surrounds. Rear of main
block has door at left and 12-pane sash above under reset scrolled pediment.
Stacks at gable ends and on ridge, 5 with paired diagonal shafts.
Interior: bastle part has hearth corbels on east wall. Another concealed bastle
within main block retains thick rear wall.
Listing NGR: NY8110860292
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Source: English Heritage
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