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Tewkesbury (District Authority)
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SO 88959 23596


SO 82 SE STAVERTON CHURCH LANE (south side) 6/93 Old Manor House (formerly listed as Manor Cottages) 4.7.60 GV II House. C15 or C16, altered and enlarged early C17, altered mid C19, mid C20, for Mrs. McIlquham. Timber-framing on stone plinth, brick nogged or rendered infill, tiled roof, concrete tile to porch, late C20 brick wing. Three-bay main wing, 2-bay end, forming 'L', 2 storeys with unlit attic: single-storey wing in corner, and lean-to to larger section. Windows all casement, mid C20 metal opening lights, leaded lights. Gable larger wing faced road: framing to ground floor close studded, curved braces corner posts to sill, two 2-light windows. First floor jettied, framing 3 panels high, top and bottom square with curved braces across corners, taller centre close studded. In centre paired 2-light casement, over larger square panels. Cambered tie-beam over, collar, close studded infill, Carolean royal arms in centre, framed columns (C20). Gable lean-to brick wing on right. Left return; framing as gable to ground floor: curved bracket to jetty, 3-light window, paired single lights and 3 single lights, left end hidden by porch, moulded beam at first floor level. Above, framing as ground floor, three 2-light casements, one set in an originally- wider opening. Chimney on ridge left end. On left open, single- storey porch, king-post truss in gable with curved struts; slightly set back on left single-storey wing, dummy 2-panel high framing, single-light casement. Above, set back behind roof, upper floor 2-bay wing: framing 2-panels high, squarish panels. Two- light casement with single each side, angle-strut to wallplate from corner post on right; gable over, high collar, blocked window below, curved apex struts: ridge chimney to right. Left return: first floor jettied. Ground floor close studded framing 2 panels high, 3-light window. Above, framing 3 panels high, as gable facing road: centre plain, with 3-light window over: gable over with high collar, blocked window, curved apex struts. Interior not inspected; V.C.H. noted Carolean royal arms over one fireplace and remains of the same over another in 1968. Three-bay wing projecting towards road oldest part, 2-bay wing at right angles added possibly early C17, when upper part of gable to first section was altered to match. House probably not a manor house. It was divided into 2 cottages in C19; a lean-to to long wing had appeared by early C20; this was refaced in brick, the house put- back into one occupation and the porch built in the angle in the 1960's. Forms group with Church and Staverton Lea Farmhouse (both q.v.). (Old Photographs at N.M.R.; V.C.H, Gloucestershire, Vol VIII, 1968; D. Verey, Gloucestershire, the Vale and the Forest of Dean, 1970)

Listing NGR: SO8895923596


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Books and journals
Page, W, The Victoria History of the County of Gloucester, (1969)
Verey, D , The Buildings of England: Gloucestershire 2 The Vale and The Forest of Dean, (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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Date: 15 Jun 2007
Reference: IOE01/16633/35
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Peter Harnwell. Source Historic England Archive
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