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Latitude: 52.6428 / 52°38'34"N
Longitude: -0.4784 / 0°28'42"W
OS Eastings: 503049
OS Northings: 306097
OS Grid: TF030060
Mapcode National: GBR FVY.CTT
Mapcode Global: WHGLX.MTCT
Entry Name: The Elms
Listing Date: 24 February 1982
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1127454
English Heritage Legacy ID: 50502
Location: St. Martin's Without, Peterborough, PE9
Civil Parish: St. Martin's Without
Built-Up Area: Wothorpe
Traditional County: Northamptonshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cambridgeshire
5141 WOTHORPE THE FIRST DRIFT
TF 00 NW 1/706
On the common boundary of the Parishes of St Martin's Without and Wothorpe.
Built circa 1850 and possibly by the architect E Browning for himself. Large
Gothic style house with some re-used imported medieval fragments. Collyweston
stone roof. Asymmetrical and gabled. Two storeys. Right hand projects with
gable incorporated into truncated stair tower with shouldered lancets and
with central first floor stone Gothic oriel, Romanesque doorway with one order
of shafts and to right 3 small lancets 2 with re-used Norman heads with zigzag
carving. Set back to right is a single storey lean-to with re-used 3-light
Perpendicular traceried window.
To left gabled semi-dormer and 2 projecting asymmetrical gables, one incorporating
chimney stack with terracotta shafts. Stone mullion windows, some are re-used
medieval traceried windows.
Two storeyed canted bay on south-west end. Gabled north-west side with Gothic
Interior: the hall, vestibule, library and lining hall have coffered timber
ceilings. The hall has a dado with re-used medieval traceried panels and
a frieze (C15) a Jacobean style screen and a staircase with twisted balusters
and pierced string with consoles. The library has fine carved medieval (and
C16?) panels and pilasters reworked into Victorian panelling, and Victorian
Listing NGR: TF0304906097
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