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Description: Manfield Grange
Date Listed: 18 March 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 322693
OS Grid Reference: NZ2217413482
OS Grid Coordinates: 422174, 513482
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5162, -1.6590
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MANFIELD VILLAGE STREET
NZ 21 SW
4/54 Manfield Grange
House. c1805, with remnants of early-mid C18 house to left. Roughcast,
Welsh slate roof. Double-depth plan. 2 storeys, 4 bays. Ashlar plinth.
Sash windows with glazing bars and timber architraves. Hipped roof, U plan,
with chimney stacks on the returns. To left: older range, now single-
storey, with sash window with glazing bars and part-glazed door, ashlar
coping to parapet and pineapple finial at left end. Rear: tripartite sash
window to staircase. Right return: 3 bays; central leaved part-glazed doors
in timber architrave and with wrought-iron trellis porch in chinoiserie
style with bow-shaped lead roof; windows as front, except for blind ground-
floor left opening; stack between first and second bays. Interior: ground-
floor rooms to south have doors of 6 reeded panels in fluted doorcases with
corner rosettes, matching door linings and window shutters, and slightly
decorated ceiling cornices, the contemporary fireplaces are insertions;
open-well staircase with stick balusters; room at west end has doors and
shutters of 6 field panels. The main house was added on to an existing
house when it became the Parsonage in 1805, a use which continued to 1905
when the new Vicarage was built on Bowling Green Lane, it too now being a
Listing NGR: NZ2217413482
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Source: English Heritage
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