Listed Building: HALLOUGHTON MANOR FARM HOUSE (3.35.2)

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Grade II*
EH LBS Legacy ID 242017
Date assigned Thursday, August 7, 1952
Date last amended


Farmhouse. C13, C14, late C16, late C18, early C19. Dressed coursed rubble, some ashlar and red brick. C13 tower of dressed coursed rubble with ashlar dressings and later red brick to the top of the gable walls. Pantile roof. Raised, brick coped, gables with kneelers. Set on a deep plinth. The ground floor projects slightly from the first floor. 3 storeys, single bay. Arched doorway with C20 wood and glazed door, to the right is a single small rectangular light. Above is a single C14 window with 2 ogee arched and cusped lights and tracery under a flat arch. On the top floor is a single 2 light casement with single ashlar mullion under a flat arch. The right gable has a single later fixed light, above is a single small rectangular light with a single rectangular light on the top floor. The left gable has a single rectangular light. The rear wall has a single lancet on the first floor, above is a single 2 light window with single ashlar mullion under a flat arch. Attached to the left is a projecting red brick and hipped pantile single storey outbuilding, to the right of this is a red brick and pantile lean-to. Attached to the left of the main front and slightly set back is the late C16 wing. Originally timber framed, now in the main of red brick with sections of wall plate visible. Plain tile roof. Left gable stack. One and a half storeys, two and a half bays. Consisting of a ground floor hall with chamber over. Large doorway with double glazing bar door and a single blocked window opening to the left. Above is a single tripartite glazing bar casement with a single, small, glazing bar casement to the left. Projecting from the left is the late C18 painted brick and plain tile wing. 2 brick gable stacks, the left stack being external. Raised, brick coped, gables with kneelers. Raised eaves band. 2 storeys, 5 bays. Central doorway with glazing bar door and glazing bar overlight. Either side are 2 glazing bar sashes with 5 similar, smaller sashes above. All openings have flush wedge brick lintels and keyblocks. Further left is an early C19 red brick and pantile single storey 3 bay outbuilding part converted into domestic use. Doorway with glazing bar door and to the left a single large tripartite glazing bar casement. On the far left is a doorway with plank door. Interior. The original access to the first floor of the tower, covered by the C16 additions, is now exposed. C16 wing has chamfered beams, some with broach stops, remains of a stud panel and evidence of a post. The C18 wing has a dogleg staircase with turned balusters. Summers, N. Manor Farm, Halloughton. Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire. 1965. Vol. LXIX. (NCC/js)

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Grid reference Centred SK 69051 51744 (30m by 36m)
Map sheet SK65SE
District Newark
Civil Parish Halloughton, Newark

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Apr 29 2015 11:39AM

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