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Statutory Address:

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)
Stanton St. Quintin
National Grid Reference:
ST 90639 79856


The following building shall be added:- STANTON ST QUINTIN

ST97NW Stanton Court



House, formerly the rectory. Dated 1780, but possibly earlier C18. Stone rubble with freestone dressings. Two-span stone slate roof with gabled ends. C19 ashlar stacks at gable ends. PLAN: Double-depth plan with two principal rooms in the south front range, probably originally with a central entrance giving on to the stairhall at the centre at the rear, flanked by smaller back rooms, the left [NW] now a study and the right [NE] now the kitchen. In circa late C19 the south front was remodelled, the front door blocked, main entrance formed at the rear and a wing built on the NE. In the C20 a wing was added on the W side. These wings, now separate dwellings, are not of special architectural or historic interest and are not included in this list entry. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and attic. Symmetrical 3-window south garden front with two attic gables. Two 2-storey canted stone bay windows with continuous string course, stone mullion windows and stone slate roofs; tall mullion-transom window at centre of ground floor, window above and smaller attic windows in gables with labels; sashes with leaded panes; C18 rusticated quoins on right hand [SE] comer. Rear north now entrance front of 3 bays, 2-light windows left and right, the first floor 4-light stone mullion windows with king mullions, the second floor windows in stone frames with keystones and 2-light 12-pane sashes, the left with original frames. Circa C20 porch at centre, its gable partly blocking stair window above; over the stair window a large stone tablet with cornice, breaking forward at centre with recessed panel containing quatrefoil and shield, flanked by smaller shields and inscription below `SS RECTOR 1780'; 4 plastered gabled attic dormers with casements; on either side of the porch the ground floor has been built out to provide corridors linking the later wings. INTERIOR: Drawing room has fielded panelling, moulded cornice and C20 chimneypiece. Dining room has some similar panelling and a C19 chimneypiece. Study has C19 stone chimneypiece. Rebuilt C18 staircase has alternate twisted and moulded balusters. Much of the C18 joinery survives on the first floor including fielded 6-panel doors and a bolection chimneypiece in one of the chambers. Exposed in the attics of the back [N] range substantial trusses with redundant mortices for former tenoned purlins and high collars.

Listing NGR: ST9063979856


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 26 Apr 2006
Reference: IOE01/15346/11
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Keith Young. Source Historic England Archive
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