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Description: Stonewall Manor Including Flanking Garden Walls
Date Listed: 22 July 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 266233
OS Grid Reference: ST7758947130
OS Grid Coordinates: 377589, 147130
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2229, -2.3223
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5363 LOWER KEYFORD
No 36 (Stonewall
GV Manor) including
ST 7747 SE 12/84 22.7.49 flanking garden
Circa 1700 remodelling of older fabric. Rubble walls with flush relieving arches,
stone-tiled roof with 3 stone chimneys, 3 gables to front. 3 storeys. 3 windows,
2-, 3- and 4-light casements with moulded stone mullions and dripmoulds. Plain
doorway. Complex gable treatment to rear. Garden front: weathered string over ground
floor, returned and stopped to each gable end over blocked doorway. The ground
floor windows and doorway seem to be modern imitation although the 9-panel door may
be original. East front has 2 bay extension with modern door surround with a C17
studded door. Extension at right angles (the entrance to back yard) has an oak
late C17 stop moulded ovolo surround and studded door. Gable end to street has 2
light wide ogee mullion windows and dripmoulds to ground and attic floors and a
narrow vent window above with chamfered hood. Interia: imitating circa 1600 features
(eg fireplaces with urn stop surrounds). Part of hall has 2 bays of decorated early
C17 plaster ceiling. Rubble garden wall extended 25 yards to east and 15 yards to
west, 7 or 8 feet high. Door in western stretch with late C17 ovolo surround.
Listing NGR: ST7758947130
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Source: English Heritage
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