This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TQ 04SW WONERSH C.P. PALMERS CROSS
5/382 Whipley Manor 2/7/71
House. C17 to rear, late C18 front range and C19 extensions to rear. Front - Brown and blue brick with deep eaves to hipped plain tiled roof. Timber framed to rear with brick cladding below, tile hung above and plain tiled roofs.
Entrance range - Rectangular. Two storeys with end stacks. Three bays with three casement window across the first floor. Two windows on ground floor under gauged brick cambered heads. Central flat roofed rendered portico with half-glazed door. Right hand return front:- old house T-shaped with gabled cross wing to right. Tall corbelled multiple stacks to right of centre.
Gable to left with one 3-light window to left, one flat roofed window to left and one ground floor window below it. 5-light window to grond floor. One window on each floor of gablet cross wing. Double half-glazed doors to lobby entry to right. Single storey gable wing to right end with garden wall attached.
Listing NGR: TQ0275840853
© Mr Nick Morris. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Morris, Nick
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