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Latitude: 53.3949 / 53°23'41"N
Longitude: -2.092 / 2°5'31"W
OS Eastings: 393979
OS Northings: 388679
OS Grid: SJ939886
Mapcode National: GBR FYT5.WQ
Mapcode Global: WHB9X.TXZR
Plus Code: 9C5V9WV5+X6
Entry Name: Old Manor Farm
Listing Date: 20 December 1967
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1242469
English Heritage Legacy ID: 441865
Location: Stockport, SK6
Electoral Ward/Division: Marple North
Traditional County: Cheshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester
Church of England Parish: Marple All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Chester
SJ 98 NW MARPLE STOCKPORT ROAD
6/157 Old Manor Farm
20.12.67 on O.S. map)
House. C15 cruck-framed open hall with coursed rubble C17
service crosswing, box-framed C16 solar crosswing and C20
brick wing to rear. Graduated stone slate roof. The solar
crosswing (bay 1) is gabled and has square-panel framing on
a stone plinth, a 3-light casement window to each floor and
an ovolo-moulded bressumer beam. The 2-bay house-part has a
stone plinth, studs with diagonal bracing and a midrail, a
central door and canopy with 3-light cast iron casement
windows on either side, and a 3-light gabled dormer window.
The service crosswing has a projecting stone plinth, a large
gable stack and a 4-light timber mullion window with
hoodmould. Patio door inserted in right elevation. 4-light
timber mullioned window to left elevation which is rendered.
The rear is largely cased in brick but retains a 3-light
dormer window with coved jettied gable. Interior: The house-
part was formerly open to the roof but has had a floor
inserted to half its width. 3 closed cruck trusses with
collar ties and cruck spurs and exposed timber frame
internal partitions. "One of the finest existing examples of
a small medieval manor house in Lancashire or Cheshire",
W.A. Singleton, "Traditional House-Types in Rural Lancashire
and Cheshire". Transactions of the Historic Society of
Lancashire and Cheshire, vol. 104, 1952 p.89.
Listing NGR: SJ9397988679
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