This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
BECKFORD CP BACK LANE (east side) SO 9635 - 9735 The Manor House 13/35 12/8 30-7-59 - II
House, now divided into five dwellings. Early C17, altered and extended mid-C19, c1900, c1930 and late C20. Coursed and dressed limestone rubble with ashlar dressings. Stone tiled roof laid in diminishing courses with large rear chimney and star-shaped brick shaft, also south end stack with three square ashlar shafts. Two storeys and attic with dormers. Four bays; chamfered mullioned windows with leaded casements and hoodmoulds to window of two main storeys. There are three 4-light windows on the ground floor, two of which have central king mullions, and four 3-light windows on the first floor. Above are four gabled-dormers with parapets, gabled finials and 2-light windows with dripstones. Main entrance to right of the northern bay has a C20 gabled rubble porch with a square-headed archway and 4-light windows in the side elevations. The doorway has a 4-centred arched head, a hoodmould, and a C17 studded door with strap hinges. There is a c1930 addition to the rear of the north end elevation and a large two-storey seven- bay wing to the rear of the southern two bays of C19 date with later additions.
Interior: the northern bay of the original part retains its C17 panelling and large fireplace; also there is a through-passage, the doorway opposing the main entrance door being similarly detailed with a 4-centred arched head and also having relief decoration in the spandrels.
Listing NGR: SO9756135487
© Geoff Hodgson. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Hodgson, Geoff
Rights Holder: Hodgson, Geoff
Ashlar, Limestone, Rubble, Stone, Tile, Tudor House, Elizabethan Monument (By Form), Stuart Domestic, Jacobean Dwelling