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Bradenham Manor

A Grade II* Listed Building in Bradenham, Buckinghamshire

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Latitude: 51.6664 / 51°39'59"N

Longitude: -0.8031 / 0°48'11"W

OS Eastings: 482877

OS Northings: 197081

OS Grid: SU828970

Mapcode National: GBR D4P.FSM

Mapcode Global: VHDVY.1C9W

Entry Name: Bradenham Manor

Listing Date: 21 June 1955

Last Amended: 4 July 1985

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1332048

English Heritage Legacy ID: 46551

Location: Bradenham, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14

County: Buckinghamshire

District: Wycombe

Civil Parish: Bradenham

Traditional County: Buckinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Buckinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Bradenham

Church of England Diocese: Oxford

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Listing Text

SU 89 NW

3/71 Bradenham Manor (formerly listed
as Manor House)


Training college. Circa 1670, probably for Sir Edmund Pye and wife
Catherine Lucas whose arms appear on staircase ceiling. S. wing
incorporates remains of C16 house of Windsor family. Altered mid C19
and early C20. Brick, once colourwashed, with hipped old tile main roofs,
slate pitches over narrow rear range, and panelled brick chimneys. 2
storeys, basement, and attic. W. front has 9 bays of red brick with red
mortar. Plinth of older brick in English bond, moulded first floor band
course, moulded eaves with narrow dentils, narrow recessed panels between
windows. Windows have moulded brick architrave surrounds, those to
ground floor with raised friezes and moulded brick cornices that
interrupt band course. C19 3-pane sashes with narrow glazing bars.
2 basement windows to right, 4 flat-roofed dormers with small sashes.
Central C20 doors with radiating fanlight, doorcase of fluted pilasters
and open segmental pediment, and rusticated surround of whitewashed
render with segmental head. Approached by flight of 8 moulded stone
steps flanked by pair of stone pedestals with carved reclining dogs. Single
storey extensions of 1903 to left. 3 additional bays to right are of
mid-late C18 vitreous header brick with red dressings and deep first floor
band course. These bays have blind sashes, later sash to first floor
left, mid C19 arched window with stained glass to ground floor left, and
2 dormers. S. front has 8 bays similar to main W. front, but is of
irregular brickwork without recessed panels between windows. 4th window
formerly a door, 5th bay has false windows. 3 dormers. Rear is irregular,
of red and vitreous brick, partly chequered, with first floor band and
dentil eaves. Sash windows with gauged brick heads. Central staircase
Projection has pair of blind oval windows and altered 3-light window below.
Projection in angle with S. wing has old panelled door and Gothick glazing
in window above. 1903 extensions project to right. Interior: main staircase
is c.1670 with turned balusters, wide moulded handrail, closed string and
panelled newels with ball finials. Painted ceiling above has matching illusionistic
balustrade with corner urns, and sky with clouds and putti carrying coat of
arms. Later entry from staircase to hall has 2 painted illusionistic
niches with statues. Another staircase in S. wing with more slender
balustrade, altered. Remainder altered mid C19 and early C20. Home of
Isaac Disraeli 1830-48.
(International Computers and Tabulators Ltd., Bradenham Manor Past and
Present, 1965.

Listing NGR: SU8287797081

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