Description: The Manor and Attached Outbuilding Conversion
Date Listed: 9 April 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 306103
OS Grid Reference: SP3140134626
OS Grid Coordinates: 431401, 234626
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0092, -1.5439
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WHICHFORD CHURCH END
SP3134 (South side)
9/169 The Manor and attached
House. Early Cl8. Squared coursed limestone, rendered to front. Slate roof with
coped gable to right and ashlar end stack. C20 ridge stack. L-plan. 2-storey,
4-window range of C19 one and three-light casements. To centre a part C18
two-storey stone porch, part rebuilt C20. C18 panelled, part-glazed door with
paned flanking lights. Further C19 and C20 casements to rear. C18 stone range to
rear of one storey and attic with brick ridge stack. C20 door and casements,
with one C18 window with quoined surround and lintel with keyblock. Interior:
noted as having spine beams. Attached to left by a wall and gate a C18 stone
outbuilding with hipped slate roof, converted into a room. C19 casements to
front, within later lean-to. C20 French doors in large opening to rear, with
original lintel C18 plank door with original hinges and wood lintel to right.
Noted as having spine beams and chamfered joists.
Listing NGR: SP3140134626
Source: English Heritage
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