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Standlake Manor and Attached Wall and Outbuilding, the Latter in the Garden of Number 47 High Street, Standlake

Description: Standlake Manor and Attached Wall and Outbuilding, the Latter in the Garden of Number 47 High Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 September 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 252354

OS Grid Reference: SP3969803074
OS Grid Coordinates: 439698, 203074
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7250, -1.4267

Location: High Street, Standlake, Oxfordshire OX8 7RH

Locality: Standlake
Local Authority: West Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX8 7RH

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Listing Text

SP3903 (South side)
23/270 Standlake Manor and attached
12/09/55 wall and outbuilding, the
latter in the garden of No. 47
High Street
(Formerly listed as Manor

- II

House. Late C15 for the Yate family; remodelled C17; late C18 rear wing; mid C19
alterations to front, and extensions, Originally timber-framed: close-studding
to porch and to left part of front, on limestone rubble plinth. Rest of coursed
limestone rubble. Gabled stone slate roof; C18 brick left end stack; C17 stone
ashlar right end stack finished in mid C19 brick, mid C19 brick right end stack.
Two-storey hall house with porch, of which part of hall and parlour survives, 2
storeys; 4-window range. Late C15 two-storey porch has C20 door and late C15
four-light hollow-chamfered wood-mullioned windows to sides; similar first-floor
front window with mid C19 mullions and C15 cinquefoiled heads. Blocked C15 hall
window, beneath eaves, to left of porch. Mid C19 three-light casement, and mid
C19 tripartite sashes above 2 canted bay windows with sashes to right and to
gabled right bay rebuilt in mid C19. Late C18 rear right wing of similar
materials and C19 rear extensions. Interior: C15 parlour to right has quartered
and moulded beams with the Yate gate device carved on each boss; moulded cornice
and quatrefoil frieze with Tudor roses and cross-keys to overmantleover rebuilt
C15 fireplaces Timber framing exposed on rear wall has hollow-chamfered jamb of
former C15 doorway. First floor has late C15 hollow-chamfered fireplace with
red-ochre spandrels and moulded cornice. Hollow-chamfered arch-braced roof only
partly visible. Subsidiary features: approximately 35 metres of C18 limestone
rubble stone-coped wall attached to C18 thatched stone and weatherboarded
outbuilding on right.

Listing NGR: SP3969803074

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Source: English Heritage

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