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Latitude: 52.3441 / 52°20'38"N
Longitude: -2.2997 / 2°17'58"W
OS Eastings: 379682
OS Northings: 271818
OS Grid: SO796718
Mapcode National: GBR 0BZ.1F8
Mapcode Global: VH920.3B3W
Plus Code: 9C4V8PV2+J4
Entry Name: Lickhill Manor
Listing Date: 5 July 1950
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1209461
English Heritage Legacy ID: 393354
Location: Stourport-on-Severn, Wyre Forest, Worcestershire, DY13
Civil Parish: Stourport-on-Severn
Traditional County: Worcestershire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Worcestershire
Church of England Parish: Stourport-on-Severn and Wilden
Church of England Diocese: Worcester
STOURPORT ON SEVERN
SO7971 LICKHILL ROAD, Lickhill
589-1/6/95 (South side)
05/07/50 Lickhill Manor
Country house. c1700, but possibly built in 2 distinct phases.
Brick with graded slate roof. Entrance front of 3 storeys and
7 bays, the upper storey a different brick and bond, possibly
extending a house of the late C17, in the early C18. Central
door with 6-fielded panels in shouldered architrave and
segmentally arched pediment. Flush framed 12-pane sash windows
with flat arched gauged brick heads with stuccoed key stones,
and moulded stone sills, aligned on each floor. Sill band to
first floor, modillion eaves cornice. Rear elevation similar,
but superior quality of detailing suggests that this was
intended as the principal front. Central doorway with
shouldered architrave with keystone and segmentally arched
pediment on consoles. 12-pane sash windows have flat arched
brick heads with fluted stuccoed keystones and moulded sills.
Doorway inserted in former window opening to lower right.
Parapet wall across both gables, linking 2 parallel ridges.
Gable end stacks with projecting capping. Internally, a series
of panelled rooms, to ground and first floor, at least one of
the early C18 with bolection moulding to fireplaces and door
surrounds. Others may be later C18, and there was some later
C19 remodelling by the Crane family, whose monograms appear in
painted plaster in a ceiling. Floral fresco painting to
ceiling in one ground floor room. Small room to front has
C17-style panelling, either a good copy, or surviving from an
earlier building. Early C18 staircase with moulded string and
turned balusters. Late C19 armorial glass in stair windows.
Listing NGR: SO7968271818
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