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Nottinghamshire County Council South Manor and Attached Wall

A Grade II Listed Building in Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.8932 / 52°53'35"N

Longitude: -1.1529 / 1°9'10"W

OS Eastings: 457089

OS Northings: 333196

OS Grid: SK570331

Mapcode National: GBR 8JB.PB1

Mapcode Global: WHDH5.8J8V

Entry Name: Nottinghamshire County Council South Manor and Attached Wall

Listing Date: 13 November 1986

Last Amended: 11 May 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1373919

English Heritage Legacy ID: 431193

Location: Ruddington, Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire, NG11

County: Nottinghamshire

District: Rushcliffe

Civil Parish: Ruddington

Built-Up Area: Ruddington

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Ruddington

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Listing Text

SK 53 SE RUDDINGTON VICARAGE LANE
(north side)

5/117 Nottinghamshire
County Council
South Manor and
Short Stay Home
and attached wall

II

The entry shall be amended to read:-
SK 53 SE RUDDINGTON VICARAGE LANE
(north side)
5/117 Nottinghamshire
County Council
South Manor and
attached wall

II

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SK 53 SE RUDDINGTON VICARAGE LANE
(north side)

5/117 Nottinghamshire
County Council
South Manor and
Short Stay Home
and attached wall

II

House, now nursing home and attached wall. C18 with 1852
alterations and additions by T. C. Hine for Sir Thomas Parkyns.
Stucco over red brick. Garden front now entrance front with
hipped slate roof with eaves supported on decorative brackets. 3
large ridge and similar single rear stacks. Painted plinth. 2
storeys, 5 bays. The outer single bays project and are hipped,
the ground floor with banded rustication and rusticated quoin
strips to first floors. The ground floor of the central 3 bays
projects and is topped with an ashlar balustrade. There is a
dentil eaves cornice which projects in parts. 3 round arches
each arch with keyblock is supported on 2 Doric columns. The
left 2 arches with glazed doors and fanlights and the single
right arch with panelled double door and similar fanlight. The
single bays to the right and left have single projecting bays
with dentil eaves and single sashes flanked by single narrow
sashes. Flanking the top of each sash are single decorative
brackets which support panelled blocks in turn supporting the
cornice which projects over the blocks. Extending between the
blocks is a panelled frieze. In each side wall is a single blind
panel. Above are 3 sashes. In the outer single bays are single
similar sashes flanked by single narrow sashes. To the right,
set back, is a 3 storey turret, the ground floor with banded
rustication, the first floor with rusticated quoin strips, the
second floor has a single panel containing single small casement.
Over is a frieze with raised panels and above a deep parapet. To
the rear right is the altered C18 two and a half storey, 3 bay
wing with moulded eaves band. The Cl9 ground floor projects and
is topped with an ashlar balustrade. Single large bow with 5
sashes, to the right are 2 round arched doorways with glazed
doors and fanlights. Above are 3 sashes with 3 similar sashes
above which break the eaves and have pediments over. Former
entrance front of 5 bays has banded rustication to the ground
floor and rusticated quoin strips above. Central portico with
Doric columns, those at the front supported on a vermiculated
ashlar wall which extends across the whole of this front for
about 24 metres in all, and is topped with an ashlar balustrade.
Portico with entablature with dentil cornice. Doorway with part
glazed double door, marginal lights and dentil band over. Either
side are 2 sashes, the top of the single sash on the far right is
flanked by single decorative brackets which support the slightly
projecting bay over, this rising to form a stack. On the far
left are 2 small sashes. Above are 5 sashes. Interior has open
well staircase with decorative balusters and newels. Pevsner, N.
the Buildings of England, Nottinghamshire.


Listing NGR: SK5708933196

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