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Cotswold (District Authority)
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SP 19269 13293


WINDRUSH WINDRUSH VILLAGE SP 1913 10/269 The Manor 23.1.52 GV II

Manor house. C16, early C18, early C20 extension dated and initialled 'S 1919' on datestone on canted bay at gable end of C16 range. Coursed squared and dressed limestone, ashlar facade to early C18 range. Stone slate roof with ashlar stacks. Basically 'L'-shaped plan. Early C18 range runs forwards right of C16 range. Early C20 extension at gable end of early C18 range. C16 range; 1½ storeys. Flat-chamfered plinth. Three-light hollow-chamfered stone-mullioned casement with transom and stopped hood left of projecting C20 gabled porch. Three-light stone-mullioned casement with round-headed lights with carved spandrels and stepped mouldings to mullions. Two-light stone-mullioned casement above. C20 plank door within flat-chamfered basket-headed surround with stopped hood to porch. Reused carved stone decorated with a bird perching on a bowl above doorway. Heraldic shield bearing the arms of the Hungerford family and the date 1570 to right of porch (q.v. Hungerford Chapel in Church of St. Peter). Heraldic shield decorated with wheatsheaf left of porch. All carved stone probably reset. Two-storey stone-mullioned canted bay, dated 1919, at left gable end. Rusticated quoins. Two storeys and attic lit by hipped 2-light roof dormer. Stone-mullioned cross windows within double- chamfered surrounds to ground and first floors. Window second from left on ground floor formerly a doorway, now with window inserted. Three-light stone-mullioned casement to ground floor right. Dripmould over ground floor windows. Right-hand bay now partly obscured by 1 1/2 storey C19 extension at right angles on right with two 2-light stone-mullioned casements, one within former doorway. Early C20 three-light stone-mullioned casement in gable end. Tall two-light stone-mullioned casements to first floor at rear of C18 range. Saddleback moulded and flat coping at gable ends. Axial and gable-end stacks with moulded capping. Interior of C16 range; C19 stone fireplace with basket-headed surround, carved spandrels and moulded stops in hall, seven quatrefoils above (probably restored). Carved heads and flowers (resembling debased ballflower) at the centre of each quatrefoil. Tie beam with stepped stops and deep flat chamfers. Fireplace in room off hall with ornate flower and fruit decoration and egg and dart moulding. Short length of C17 balustrade with splat balusters (probably representing a reused remnant of the original staircase), present staircase C19 with turned balusters. Roof trusses with arch-braced roof trusses. Possibly C18 fireplace with fluted decoration and decorated frieze. C18 range; stone fireplace with bolection moulding. (David Verey, The Buildings of England; The Cotswolds, 1979)

Listing NGR: SP1926913293


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Verey, D , The Buildings of England: Gloucestershire 1 The Cotswolds, (1970)


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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