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Latitude: 51.7662 / 51°45'58"N
Longitude: -0.925 / 0°55'30"W
OS Eastings: 474280
OS Northings: 208045
OS Grid: SP742080
Mapcode National: GBR C21.6YS
Mapcode Global: VHDV8.XVCX
Entry Name: Grenville Manor
Listing Date: 25 October 1951
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1118281
English Heritage Legacy ID: 43112
Location: Haddenham, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, HP17
District: Aylesbury Vale
Civil Parish: Haddenham
Built-Up Area: Haddenham (Aylesbury Vale)
Traditional County: Buckinghamshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Buckinghamshire
Church of England Parish: Haddenham
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
SP 7408 HADDENHAM ASTON ROAD
11/175 No.3 (Grenville Manor)
- II *
House. C16, reputedly built in 1569. Timber framed with front and
right hand gable elevation clad in C18 coursed rubblestone with brick
dressings. Old tile roof. 2 wide bays, 2 storeys with attic and of
central lobby entry type. Central doorway in porch composed of reused
earlier timbers and carved woodwork. Flanked by single light windows with
C15 tracery, probably from the rood screen of the parish church.4-light
left hand casement, 3-light to right. Upper floor with 3-light oriel to left,
C19 or early C20, 2-light centre window with modern datestone over in
gable, 3-light right casement, these two C18 with original leading. Right
hand gable with Y-tracery window. Centre stack of old thin bricks with
oversailing courses. Timber framing exposed to left flank and rear
elevations. 2-storey rear range in stone, brick dressed, old tile roof.
Interior. Chamfered and stopped spine beams, cambered and chamfered ground
floor fireplace beams. 1st floor left hand room has fireplace with moulded
4-centred arch and jambs. Straight purlin braces. Much reused older
material inside, including on staircase. The former house of Walter
Rose, author of the 'The Village Carpenter'.
RCHM I 180. MON.4.
Listing NGR: SP7428008045
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