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Latitude: 51.759 / 51°45'32"N
Longitude: -1.9844 / 1°59'3"W
OS Eastings: 401170
OS Northings: 206705
OS Grid: SP011067
Mapcode National: GBR 2P0.P3T
Mapcode Global: VHB2J.K18V
Entry Name: Bagendon Manor or Manor Farm
Listing Date: 4 June 1952
Last Amended: 12 February 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1090269
English Heritage Legacy ID: 131028
Location: Bagendon, Cotswold, Gloucestershire, GL7
Civil Parish: Bagendon
Traditional County: Gloucestershire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire
Church of England Parish: Bagendon St Margaret
Church of England Diocese: Gloucester
BAGENDON BAGENDON VILLAGE
SP 00 NW
6/4 Bagendon Manor or Manor Farm
(formerly listed as Manor House)
Manor house. Early C18. Limestone rubble with dressed stone
quoins; dressed stone porch; stone slate roof with limestone
rubble stacks; concrete tile roofing to the outbuildings. 'U'-
shaped plan; small courtyard at rear now infilled with a single-
storey gabled extension; minor outbuildings on the west and lean-
to at rear of the main body. Two storeys, attic and cellar.
Symmetrical, 5-windowed facade with central projecting porch and
dressed stone plinth. All windows stone-mullioned cross windows
with square-sectioned mullions and plain dressed stone architraves;
band between floors; two 2-light slate hung hipped dormers.
Central early plank door with fillets within a flat-chamfered
surround, within a gabled porch with C20 double doors with glazing
bars and fanlight all within a raised round-headed surround with
keystone and imposts continued as a band. Cross-mullioned windows
to the left-hand return. Two-light stone-mullioned to the cellar
below. Panelled doorway with plain architrave and keystone far
left. One cross-mullioned window and several 2-light stone-
mullioned windows, also with square-sectioned mullions to the
right-hand return. All windows with (probably late C19) leaded
panes. Hipped roof with ridge and lateral stacks. Interior not
inspected but reputed to contain a modern staircase and no early
features of note. Verey mentions a pair of Georgian arches within
the hall opposite the entrance. The house is reputed to have been
'rebuilt' by Edward Haines during the C19.
(D. Verey, The Buildings of England: The Cotswolds, 1979)
Listing NGR: SP0116606705
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