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Manor House and the Manor and Attached Wall, Coach House and Gatepiers, Shipston on Stour

Description: Manor House and the Manor and Attached Wall, Coach House and Gatepiers

Grade: II
Date Listed: 2 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 306490

OS Grid Reference: SP2576840620
OS Grid Coordinates: 425768, 240620
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0634, -1.6255

Location: 21 High Street, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4AF

Locality: Shipston on Stour
Local Authority: Stratford-on-Avon District Council
County: Warwickshire
Country: England
Postcode: CV36 4AF

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Listing Text

SP2540 (North side)
14/124 Manor House and The Manor, and
02/09/52 attached wall, coach house and
(Formerly listed as Nos.32 and
34 (Manor House) including
walls and gate posts in
Telegraph Street))


House. Early/mid C18, Ironstone ashlar with rusticated quoins, moulded eaves
cornice and stone coped gables. Mansard roof of old slates with brick ridge and
end stacks. 2 storeys plus attic; 6-window range, the central 2-window range
projecting forward with pediment over. L-shaped plan. To left a C20 door with
panelled surround and moulded head. Moulded keystone and hood over. To right of
projecting range a large 4-panelled door with pilaster surround and bracketted
hood. To left of door, to left of projection, and to 2 openings to right of
projection a C19 two-pane sash. Moulded keystone with moulded hood and moulded
sills. 6 first floor openings have 12-pane sashes with moulded sills and
keystones with moulded hoods. To centre of pediment a 6-pane window with Tudor
arched head. Four C20 dormers. To left a stone castellated wall, probably C19
with large double doors to centre and single door to right. Both doors have
segmental heads with moulded keystones and buttresses. To rear of building a
large 2-storey rendered range. Attached to rear left a late C18 and early C19
wall approximately 2.5 metres high and extending north for approximately 50
metres. Brick and squared, coursed lias with brick buttresses. Stone coped. At
right angle of wall a late C18 coach house of brick;in Flemish bond with nogged
eaves cornice and stone coped gables. C20 tile roof. To left, double plank doors
with original hinges in segmental arched head with stone keyblock. Wall extends
approximately 17 metres to east and has two C18 rusticated stone gatepiers with
moulded cornices, linked by a plank door. Interior not inspected.

Listing NGR: SP2576840620

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Source: English Heritage

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