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Description: Earlscourt Manor
Date Listed: 26 January 1955
English Heritage Building ID: 318208
OS Grid Reference: SU2165985485
OS Grid Coordinates: 421659, 185485
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5678, -1.6889
5410 BISHOPSTONE LITTLE HINTON
(formerly listed as
SU 2483 9/1 26.1.55
'L' plan. Mostly C17 and C18 with important earlier features. Completely modernised.
Two storeys, west wing with attic. Rubble, partly brick - C19 replica of half
timbering to east face of west wing. Stone tile roof, hipped to right. Squat
modern chimneys. South front, gable of west wing projects to left, a 2-light
window over door and three 3 light windows, modern leaded casements with modern
wooden lintels. West wing gable has 2 and 3 light oak mullion windows, some
original. Rear of west wing retains close studded timber framing with herring
bone brick infill, apparently late C16; ogee bracing; ground floor rubble.
Catslide to rear of 'east' wing. Bread oven projection to east.
Interior: Jacobean stairs with turned balusters and some contemporary panelling
in hall. Fine stud and plank partition to stair hall. East side has a fireplace
with bread oven.
On first floor of west wing are puzzling features relating presumably to a late
C16 timber-framed house: cf lobby with low Tudor arch doorway.
Listing NGR: SU2165985485
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Source: English Heritage
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