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South Anston Manor House, North and South Anston

Description: South Anston Manor House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 July 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 335821

OS Grid Reference: SK5188383619
OS Grid Coordinates: 451883, 383619
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3469, -1.2221

Location: 7 Manor Farm Gardens, South Anston, Rotherham S25 5GL

Locality: North and South Anston
County: Rotherham
Country: England
Postcode: S25 5GL

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Listing Text

(south side, off),
5/71 South Anston Manor
29.7.66 House


Manorial farmhouse. Early C17, restored c1976. Coursed, squared limestone
rubble, C20 cement-tile and pantile roof. L-shaped plan. 2 storeys with attics,
4 windows to 1st floor. Chamfered plinth, large quoins. 2-storey gabled porch
to bay 3 has wide chamfered, quoined opening with dripstone, C17 cross-boarded
door within has moulded strips, contemporary hinges and latch; double-chamfered
mullioned and transomed window with dripstone over. Similar 4-light windows
to each floor on left, ground-floor dripstones only. End bay on right has blocked
3-light cellar window , blind ground-floor, 4-light transomed 1st-floor window.
External stone steps added in front of large external end stack on left gable,
several offsets beneath rebuilt shaft. Shaped kneelers and roll-moulded gable
copings; brick end stack on right; corniced ashlar plinth to brick-shafted ridge
stack on left. Rear: much-restored openings with chamfered door to main range
flanked by 4-light mullioned windows, ground-floor dripstones. Rear of wing
on left has inserted French window on right of projecting end stack, single-
light attic windows, rebuilt brick shaft to stack. Right return: blocked 4-
light window in plinth of main range; original 3-light window to ground floor
(mullions removed); cross-window to 1st floor; single-light attic windows with
dripstones. Wing on right: 4-light windows on each floor. Left return: 1st-
floor doorway on right of stack, attic windows as right return. Interior: chamfered
transverse beams to ground floor. 2-leaf cross-boarded C17 door at foot of
stair in wing; some original stud partition adjacent. Collared principal-rafter
trusses and no ridge. Rear wing: pattern-book king-post trusses with date '1846'

Listing NGR: SK5188483618

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Source: English Heritage

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