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West Northamptonshire (Unitary Authority)
Woodford cum Membris
National Grid Reference:
SP 53836 52543


WOODFORD CUM MEMBRIS HINTON SP5352 17/139 Manor House 18/09/53 GV II* Manor house. Late C17. Ironstone ashlar, old tile roofs, brick and stone lateral stacks. Incomplete H-plan. 2 storeys, basement and attic; 5-window range. 6-panel principal door with panelled reveals in moulded stone surround with cornice and segmental pediment on carved stone console brackets, approached by 6 moulded stone steps with plain stone balustrading. Flanked by wood mullion and transom windows with moulded stone sills and surrounds. Similar windows to first floor, that over door blocked. Projecting 2-bay wing to right with chamfered quoins and similar windows, that to first floor right blocked. Incomplete single storey wing to left with lean-to slate roof with square blocked window with simple moulded stone surround. Chamfered plinth, storey band, moulded and bracketted wood eaves cornice, hipped roof. Large stone stack to inner side of projecting wing with plain flue to front, twin blank arcades with round heads to rear flue. Right side elevation of 4 windows has central 2-bay projection with 6-panel door with overlight to left approached from left by outside staircase with moulded stone steps and plain wrought-iron balustrade. To right of door tall window rising through ground and first floor lighting staircase. Door to basement below with simple moulded stone surround and part-glazed plank door. Narrow windows to return sides of projection. All windows on this side had simple moulded stone surrounds with slate roof. Rear elevation has lean-to with slate roof of one storey and attic of poorer masonry with plank door to left with straight hood, 3-light basement window to right, 3-light casement window to first floor with timber lintel and a roof dormer. Projecting wing to left of 2 bays with 15-pane sash window to first floor right windows, rest blocked. Unfinished wing to right has chamfered quoins and portion of storey band to match wing to left. Lateral stacks to inner side of projecting wings with blue brick flues. Interior: open well staircase from ground floor to attic with turned balusters. Bolection-moulded stone fireplaces to hall and other rooms, and moulded stone doorcases. Begun c.1695 and never finished. Dates 1697 and 1699 are scratched in stonework of basement.

Listing NGR: SP5383652543


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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: 27 Jan 2001
Reference: IOE01/03419/09
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr John Baker. Source Historic England Archive
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