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HER Number (PRN):10925
Name:The Manor, Hopton Wafers
Type of Record:Building
Protected Status:Listed Building (II) 1383551: THE MANOR

Monument Types

  • HOUSE (Late 18th century - 1760 AD? to 1799 AD)

Summary

A late 18th century house, which is protected by Grade II Listing.

Parish:Hopton Wafers, South Shropshire, Shropshire
Map Sheet:SO67NW
Grid Reference:SO 6374 7647

Related records: None recorded

Associated Finds: None recorded

Associated Events

  • ESA4138 - 1994 site visit as part of Listed Buildings Resurvey

Description

Date first Listed 12/11/54 No of Structures 1 House. Late C18. Brick, with brick dentil course eaves. Hipped tiled roof. Projecting eaves stacks to rear. Front range with rear gabled and flat roofed extensions. South east front: 3-storey 3 window range. 6/6 sashes with stone lintels with projecting keyblock at first floor level. Second floor Central upper sash window with round head running up into brick pediment flanked by 2-light casements. 2 early C19 ground floor bay windows of 4/4:6/6:4/4 sashes in wood frames (stone lintels of earlier sashes seen over bays) at ground floor flanking central doorcase with Tuscan columns supporting open-bed pediment; re-entrant fanlight with radial and festoon glazing bars and 6-panelled part glazed door set within panelled reveals. Right (south) side: Restored 6/6 sash at first floor with 2-light casement over and ground floor bay window. Rear: 2 and 3 storey gabled extension bays with restored sashes now part covered by C20 2-storey rear extension. Outbuildings (cf) attached to right. Type of Inspection - External <1>

Shown on O.S. Map as Manor House. House. Late C18. Brick, with brick dentil course eaves. Hipped tiled roof. Projecting eaves stacks to rear. Front range with rear gabled and flat-roofed extensions.
EXTERIOR: south-east front is a 3-storey, 3-window range. 6/6 .sashes with stone lintels with projecting keyblocks at first
floor. Second-floor central sash with round head running up into brick pediment flanked by 2-light casements. 2 early C19
ground-floor bay windows of 4/4:6/6:4/4 sashes in wood frames (stone lintels of earlier sashes seen over bays) flanking
central doorcase with Tuscan columns supporting open pediment; re-entrant fanlight with radial and festoon glazing bars and 6-panelled partly glazed door set within panelled reveals. Right (south) side: restored 6/6 sash at first floor with
2-light casement over and ground-floor bay window. Rear: 2-and 3-storey gabled extension bays with restored sashes now partly covered by C20 2-storey rear extension. Outbuildings (cf) attached to right.
INTERIOR: not inspected. <04>

Sources

[00]SSA20722 - Card index: Shropshire County Council SMR. Site and Monuments Record (SMR) cards. SMR record cards. SMR Card for PRN SA 10925.
[01]SSA805 - List of Buildings: Department of the Environment (DoE). 1974-Mar-15. 2nd List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Vol 825-0. List volume. p83.
[02]SSA11092 - TEXT: Miners C. 1993/ 1994. Visit Notes, 1993-1994.
[03]SSA13200 - Photograph: Anon. 1983-Jul. The Manor House, Hopton Wafers. Black and white. 35mm.
[04]SSA20079 - List of Buildings: Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS). 2000-Feb-29. 17th List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. 582-1. List volume. p118.
[05]SSA110 - Monograph: Pevsner Nikolaus. 1958. Buildings of England (Shropshire). Buildings of England. p155.
[06]SSA23518 - Monograph: Newman J & Pevsner N. 2006. Buildings of England: Shropshire. Buildings of England. P309.
Date Last Edited:Sep 7 2011 9:27AM