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Manor Farmhouse Approximately 70 Metres South of Harcourt House, Stanton Harcourt

Description: Manor Farmhouse Approximately 70 Metres South of Harcourt House

Grade: I
Date Listed: 12 September 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 252409

OS Grid Reference: SP4161105588
OS Grid Coordinates: 441611, 205588
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7475, -1.3987

Location: Steady's Lane, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire OX29 5RJ

Locality: Stanton Harcourt
Local Authority: West Oxfordshire District Council
County: Oxfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: OX29 5RJ

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Listing Text

21/325 Manor Farmhouse approx 70m. S
12/09/55 of Harcourt House
(Formerly listed as Manor


Service range, now house. C15, with later alterations, for the Harcourt family.
Coursed limestone rubble; gabled stone slate roof; C20 brick left end stack; 2
adjoining lateral stone stacks, finished in C20 brick, to front. 3-unit plan,
with cross passage. storeys and attic; 5-window range. 2-window range to left
of stack has hood moulds over C15 trefoil- and cinquefoil-headed lights, timber
lintel over C20 two-light casement to right and C20 gabled roof dormer with
3-light casement. 3-window range to right of stacks has late C19 bracketed flat
hood over half-glazed door and timber lintels over late C19/C20 casements; hood
mould over C15 hollow-chamfered architrave to window left of door; late C19 roof
dormer. Rear: 3-window range to left with stone and wood one- and 2-light
cinquefoil-headed windows. Rear right wing: of limestone rubble, with rendered
first floor and early C19 chequer brick to left; hipped stone slate roof, with
brick rear end stack; large C15 offset stone lateral stack to dairy outshut on
right. Early C19 two-storey extension, possible former granary, to right of
front: of light timber framing with brick infill set on tall limestone rubble
plinth; brick end stack. Interior not inspected but likely to be of interest:
noted as having arch-braced roof, with butt purlins, supported on head corbels.
Attached to the Great Kitchen (q.v.).
(Buildings of England: Oxfordshire, p.783; National Monuments Record;
Oxfordshire County Museum, Woodstock, PRN.3379 (for plan and section).

Listing NGR: SP4161105588

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Source: English Heritage

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