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Cheselbourne Manor

A Grade II Listed Building in Cheselbourne, Dorset

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.8032 / 50°48'11"N

Longitude: -2.3471 / 2°20'49"W

OS Eastings: 375638

OS Northings: 100465

OS Grid: ST756004

Mapcode National: GBR 0YH.FG4

Mapcode Global: FRA 56ZZ.1FZ

Entry Name: Cheselbourne Manor

Listing Date: 26 January 1956

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1154156

English Heritage Legacy ID: 106225

Location: Cheselbourne, West Dorset, Dorset, DT2

County: Dorset

District: West Dorset

Civil Parish: Cheselbourne

Built-Up Area: Cheselbourne

Traditional County: Dorset

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset

Church of England Parish: Cheselborne St Martin

Church of England Diocese: Salisbury

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Listing Text

CHESELBOURNE
ST 70 SE

2/37 Cheselbourne Manor

26.1.56

- II

Manor house in grounds. Mid C16 origin, much remodelled to south elevation,
and with a late C19 addition to the north. Knapped flint walls with squared
rubble bonding courses. Roofs have been reduced to a low pitch and have C20
slates, parallel ridges. Brick stacks at left and right on ridge with
dogtooth cornices. Two storeys 3 windows, regular fenestration, ground
floor has 3-light mullions chamfered and transomed (C19 insertions). First
floor mullions of 3:2:3 lights, returned labels over and stone cills. C20
metal casements. Porch at centre has a doorway with chamfered jambs and
depressed-arch head, moulded cornice over and flat parapet. Plank and
muntin door with moulded weatherboard. Inner door is panelled and with 2
upper lights, C19. At right side, front range has a gabled 1½ storey wing
projecting south; this gable end has mullion windows of 5 and 3 lights,
with depressed-arch heads and separate returned labels over. C20 metal
casements. North range, parallel to south core of house, added mid C19.
Knapped flint with stone bonding courses and brick dressings. Stacks on
right gable, and left of centre on ridge. Two storeys. 4 windows, sashes
with thin glazing bars and tripartite sashes to right of centre, French
window left ground, and rear door left centres. Stables attached at left
end of house, plain and knapped flints. Slate roof. Single storey. To
south, 2 windows, both 5-light hollow chamfered stone mullions with separate
returned labels. Iron casements. Right of this doorway with depressed-arch
head and moulded cornice over. Plank and muntin door, C19. Two-light
mullion window over, with label. To north (rear) elevation, stable
entrances. 2 plank doors with segmental heads; fixed 2- and 3-light
windows. Interior of house: the stair bay contains an original stone vice
with a round newel rising from a chamfered base. The ground floor entrance
to the vice is a mid C16 stone doorway with a restored 4-centred head in a
square surround with carved spandrels. The moulded jambs have
hollow-chamfered plinths and spur stops. A ground floor fireplace, now
rebuilt, retains traces of original painted decoration in red and black.
(RCHM Dorset III, p77(4))


Listing NGR: ST7563800465

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