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Danny

A Grade I Listed Building in Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Common, West Sussex

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.9192 / 50°55'9"N

Longitude: -0.1734 / 0°10'24"W

OS Eastings: 528488

OS Northings: 114895

OS Grid: TQ284148

Mapcode National: GBR JMX.BZ5

Mapcode Global: FRA B6JP.27Y

Entry Name: Danny

Listing Date: 28 October 1957

Last Amended: 15 July 1983

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1285424

English Heritage Legacy ID: 302656

Location: Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Common, Mid Sussex, West Sussex, BN6

County: West Sussex

District: Mid Sussex

Civil Parish: Hurstpierpoint and Sayers Comm

Traditional County: Sussex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Sussex

Church of England Parish: Hurstpierpoint

Church of England Diocese: Chichester

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Listing Text

The contents of page one hundred and thirty four shall be amended to consist of the
following:-

1. HURSTPIERPOINT NEW WAY LANE
5405 Danny

TQ 21 SE 22/126

I 28/10/57

2.
The north wing and part of the centre block of this fine mansion date from the early
C16 but they were reconstructed and enlarged by Charles Goring in 1593, the whole
forming an E facing east. Red brick. Tiled roof. Three storeys. The centre
portion has 5 windows, the wings 1 window each facing east and 2 windows each to
their inner face, those in the south wing being dummies. Each window bay is sur-
mounted by a gable containing a medallion head, though most of these are now worn
away. each has a large projecting bay window of 6 lights with stone mullions and
transoms, those to the south of the porch and lighting the hall being continuous from
the ground to the first floor. In the centre is a porch with 2 storeys above it.
The porch has a round-headed archway flanked by columns and double doors. The columns
are continued above on each side of the first floor window with a small pediment over
this. Rainwater head dated 1728. The south side of the house was refronted by
Henry Campion and Barbara Courthorpe in 1728. Seven windows, the 3 centre window bays
projecting. Brick pilasters with Portland stone capitals flank the projection and
the side portions. Brick dentilled cornice and panelled parapet. Seven gabled dormers
behind this. Sash windows with segmental heads, painted stone keystones over and
glazing bars intact. The interior contains C16 panelling, and fireplaces and C16 and
C18 staircases. A meeting of the War Cabinet was held in the house on 13 October 1918
at which authority was given to President Wilson to negotiate the Armstice. Article
in the Sussex County Magazine Vol. 1, page 457 and in Country Life of 22 March 1913.

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HURSTPIERPOINT NEW WAY LANE
1.
5405
Danny
TQ 21 SE 22/126
I 28/10/57

2.
The north wing and part of the centre block of this fine mansion date from the
early C16 but they were reconstructed and enlarged by Charles Goring in 1593,
the whole forming an E facing east. Red brick. Tiled roof. Three storeys.
The centre portion has 5 windows, the wings 1 window each facing east and 2 windows
each to their inner face, those in the south wing being dummies. Each window bay
is surmounted by a gable containing a medallion head, though most of these are
now worn away. Each has a large projecting bay window of 6 lights with stone
mullions and transoms, those to the south of the porch and lighting the hall being
continuous from the ground to the first floor. In the centre is a porch with
2 storeys above it. The porch has a round-headed archway flanked by columns and
double doors. The columns are continued above on each side of the first floor
window with a small pediment over this. Rainwater head dated 1728. The south
side of the house was refronted by Henry Campion and Barbara Courthope in 1728.
Seven windows, the 3 centre window bays projecting. Brick pilasters with Portland
stone capitals flank the projection and the side portions. Brick dentilled cornice
and panelled parapet. Seven gabled dormers behind this. Sash Windows with
segmental heads, painted stone keystones over and glazing bars intact. The
interior contains C16 panelling, and fireplaces and C16 and C18 staircases. A
meeting of the War Cabinet was held in the house on 13 October 1918 at which
authority was given to President Wilson to negotiate the Armistice. Article in
the Susser County Magazine Vol. 1, page 457 and in Country Life of 22 March 1913.


Listing NGR: TQ2848814895

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