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Vale of White Horse (District Authority)
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SU 34262 98258


BUCKLAND BUCKLAND PARK SU39NW 2/51 Manor House 10/11/52 GV II*

Manor House now house. c.1580 for the Yate family; converted c.1757 by Sir Robert Throckmorton into Gothick style stables to Buckland House (q.v.). Squared and coursed limestone ashlar dressings; Welsh slate roof. Double-pile plan dates from c.1757 conversion. 2 storeys; 9-bay elevation between polygonal corner turrets. The crenellated parapet is carried in a shallow arch over the centre 3 projecting bays; pointed arch and two orders of engaged columns to high central arch, with C20 double doors and overlights in a flat-headed moulded architrave. Doorways in 2nd, 6th and 8th bays have roll-moulded pointed arches over late C19 stable doors with Y-tracery overlights. Pointed arches to 2-light Y-tracery Gothick windows; 2 quatrefoil windows on the first floor flank the central archway. Moulded plinth and string course; trefoil-headed and corbelled frieze to moulded cornice; crenellated parapet. Polygonal towers at corners have similar Gothick windows, those on the front retain their diamond-shaped leaded panes and the blind side windows retain painted imitation latticing, the 3rd storey of each tower has quatrefoil windows and is surmounted by a similar cornice and parapet to the main range. Mid C18 rainwater goods. Gabled M-shaped roof; internal stacks, gable end and ridge stacks to rear. Right side wall has a 5-window range of late C16 two-light stone mullioned and chamfered windows, a mid C18 Gothick style 2-light window with leaded lights and two leaded quatrefoil lights at the top; also a late C19 stable door with mid C18 chamfered stone architrave with two overlights. The left side wall has scattered fenestration of 4 similar late C16 windows, two of which have been blocked, a mid C18 Gothick style 2-light window and a mid C18 six-panelled door flanked by 2 similar late C16 one-light windows. Each side wall has a parapet running from the top of the polygonal corner tower towards the rear where the wall is gabled. To the centre of the rear elevation is an Elizabethan 12-light canted bay window of stone mullioned and transomed and ovolo-moulded lights, which is flanked by similar 2-light windows. To left and right of this bay are mid C18 Gothick windows with Y-tracery, some of which have been blocked. (Buildings of England: Berkshire, p.l06; A.S.N. Wright, The History of Buckland, 1966, p.66).

Listing NGR: SU3426298258


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Books and journals
Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Berkshire, (1975), 106
Wright, A S N , The History of Buckland, (1966), 66


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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