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Haseley Manor

A Grade II* Listed Building in Arreton, Isle of Wight

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Coordinates

Latitude: 50.6686 / 50°40'6"N

Longitude: -1.2272 / 1°13'37"W

OS Eastings: 454712

OS Northings: 85719

OS Grid: SZ547857

Mapcode National: GBR 9D4.W17

Mapcode Global: FRA 8799.RQN

Entry Name: Haseley Manor

Listing Date: 21 July 1951

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1292781

English Heritage Legacy ID: 392627

Location: Arreton, Isle of Wight, PO30

County: Isle of Wight

Civil Parish: Arreton

Traditional County: Hampshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Isle of Wight

Church of England Parish: Arreton St George

Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth

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Listing Text

ARRETON

SZ58NW ARRETON STREET
1353-0/2/23 Haseley Manor
21/07/51

GV II*

Manor House. Core of mid C15 monastic grange belonging to
Quarr Abbey south, with C16 range replacing earlier building
added to north and to south, partially refronted in C18 and
with projecting wing to north east, dated W.B. 1774 and C18
brewhouse dairy and kitchen to north west. Built of stone
rubble with brick dressings, some C18 brickwork and
mathematically tiled roof. 2 storeys attics and basement.
Irregular fenestration. Courtyard side has mainly C19
casements or C20 windows in 1772 addition. East front has 2
late C18 24-pane sashes and C19 yellow and red brick porch
with tiled roof. Behind this is an original door surround of
c.1570. North front has mainly C19 casements. 1st floor of
stone rubble with brick 1st floor. To the east of 2nd doorway
is the C16 addition of 2 bays. There is a later addition with
the reused coat of arms of Henry VII embedded in the wall. The
east gable has a C17 double mullioned window to 1st floor and
2 cambered arched windows on ground floor. The south front has
4 mullioned windows and the extension has a Venetian window
and is hung with mathematical tiles. The west front has 2
projecting stone chimney-stacks with brick diagonal
chimney-stacks in English bond. C18 projecting dairy,
brewhouse and kitchen extension to north west in stone with
brick surrounds and C20 fenestration. Interior has to south
east wing remains of C15 2 bay upper open hall with single bay
solar either end of raised cruck construction. Late C18
partition walls and early C17 panelling and fireplace in west
end bay. Dining room has stone fireplace and 6 panelled door.
Drawing Room has late C18 dado panelling, eared architraves to
doorcases and panelled door. C16 Kitchen originally had a
smoke hood. C18 wine cellars with flagstone floor. The Great
Bed Chamber has a late C16 stone fireplace. Roof of staggered
purlin and queen post construction with some curved tension
braces. 1/2 winder staircase. Brewhouse to north west was
converted into a kitchen in the C18 with scullery and dairy
behind.
(The Manor Houses of the Isle of Wight: C.W.R. Winter: 81-86;
A Report on Haseley Manor: J T Smith; Report on
Dendrochronological data: D Haddon Reece).


Listing NGR: SZ5471285719

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