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North Kesteven (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SK 96637 53982



4/45 Welbourn Manor 19.ll.51


Small country house. Early C14, C15, C17 and heavily restored 1904, Coursed and dressed limestone rubble with ashlar dressings. Plain tile roofs, with ashlar coped gables with finials. 2 external, a single ridge and 3-gable moulded ashlar stacks. 2-storey plus garrets. H plan with central hall and cross wings. East front has off-centre projecting porch with a recessed and moulded 4-centred arched doorway with half glazed C20 door. Above a coat of arms inscribed '1904' with drip mould and moulded band over, the whole topped with coped battlements. Above a single 4-light recessed a chamfered mullion window, under a dripmould. To the left a small C20 timber and stone extension. Below to the right a single recessed and chamfered transom window, and then a very large 4 x 4 light transom and mullion hall window. The projecting cross wing to the left has a 6-light recessed and chamfered cross mullion window with above a similar 5-light mullion window under a drip mould, above again a similar single light window. The projecting cross wing to the right has a 5-light recessed and chamfered cross mullion window, with above a similar 4- light mullion window under a drip mould, above again a similar single light window. South front has a large external stack to the right supported on re- used medieval corbel heads. To the left a single 2-light recessed and cham- fered mullion window, with beyond a similar 2-light and then a 5-light cross mullion window. Above a single 2-light and to the left two 3-light recessed and chamfered mullion window. Attached to the south-east corner is a single storey extension with a hipped roof and various mullion windows, beyond to the east is a coped brick wall with a rubble stone archway and wrought iron gate. West front is of 8 irregular bays, under 5 irregular gables, with 2 doorways and various early C20 cross mullion windows. To the north-east is a 5 bay 2-storey extension c.1965 of no special interest. INTERIOR: Pointed archway from hall to solar , with single shafts and a heavily moulded arch early C14. In the right cross wing is a fine C15 moulded 4-centred arched fireplace. The remaining interiors have various Elizabethan Revival fire- places, plaster ceilings and panelling, all of 1904. The roof timbers are mostly C17, using a simple collar beam roof construction.

Listing NGR: SK9663753982


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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: 10 Jan 2007
Reference: IOE01/14869/17
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr James Brown. Source Historic England Archive
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