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The Old Manor House or Clive Manor

A Grade II Listed Building in Clive, Shropshire

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Latitude: 52.8133 / 52°48'47"N

Longitude: -2.723 / 2°43'22"W

OS Eastings: 351363

OS Northings: 324219

OS Grid: SJ513242

Mapcode National: GBR 7J.VYWB

Mapcode Global: WH8B8.4KL3

Entry Name: The Old Manor House or Clive Manor

Listing Date: 28 October 1960

Last Amended: 29 October 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1177264

English Heritage Legacy ID: 260014

Location: Clive, Shropshire, SY4

County: Shropshire

Civil Parish: Clive

Built-Up Area: Clive

Traditional County: Shropshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire

Church of England Parish: Clive All Saints

Church of England Diocese: Lichfield

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Listing Text

(east side)

13/21 The Old Manor House
28.10.60 or Clive Manor (Formerly listed
as Clive Manor)
- II

Shown on O.S. map as The Manor.
House. Late C16 and early C17 with mid- to late C19 and late C20 alterations.
Timber framed with painted brick nogging on roughly dressed grey sandstone
and brick plinth; partly rebuilt in painted and rendered brick; plain
tile roof with catslide over outshut at rear. T-plan, at right angles
to the road; baffle-entry hall range of 3 framed bays aligned approximately
east-west with projecting gabled cross wing of 2 framed bays to west.
Framing: square panels, 3 and 4 between sole plate and wall plate.
One storey and attic and 2 storeys, over basement. South front: large
roughly central dressed grey sandstone ridge stack with brick top and
mid- to late C19 grey sandstone ashlar external lateral stack to left
with chamfered plinth, moulded string course to 3 square shafts with
continuous moulded string and moulded cornice, and pitched-roofed link
to attic. 1 + 3 window front; late C19 and mid-C20 two- and 3-light
leaded wooden casements, French casements, off-centre to left; roughly
central pair of C20 glazed doors with mid-C20 timber framed gabled
porch with leaded windows and boarded door. Rear: pair of large C17
timber framed gabled full dormers with 3-light leaded wooden casements;
central C17 doorway with semi-circular stone step, boarded door and
surround with quarter-round moulding and shaped segmental head. Rear
of cross wing with mid-C19 three-light cast-iron latticed casements
and basement with C17 double-chamfered 2-light mullioned stone window
and external steps down to boarded door. Interior: chamfered beams;
posts with large jowls. Large central ground-floor open fireplace
with chamfered sandstone reveals and chamfered wooden lintel. Cross
wing (formerly divided) with 2 late C17 stone corner fireplaces, the
left-hand with moulded surround and moulded cornice and the right-
hand with bolection-moulded surround. Late C17 dog-leg staircase with
winders, turned balusters, and square newl posts. Small first-floor
C17 stone fireplace with a quarter-round moulding. The cross wing
was formerly timber framed with a jettied gable but it was rebuilt
in rendered brick in the mid-C20, incorporating some of the timbers

Listing NGR: SJ5136324219

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