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Freshford Manor is an early 18th century house in Freshford, SomersetEngland. The demolition traders napier Cotswold stone house, designed by Thomas Greenway, was built on the site of a previous house. A new wing at the rear of the house was built in the early 19th century and the north wing was added in the s. By the s demolition traders napier house and garden were derelict and under threat of demolition; however, it was bought and restored.
One of the owners was William Francis Patrick Napier who wrote part of his History of the Demolition traders napier War at a stone table in the garden demolition traders napier the house. The house was built in the early 18th century and revised and extended in the late 18th or early 19th century. In the early 19th century, demolition traders napier owned by Thomas Joyce, John Pinch the elder was employed to raise the central block and add a new wing at the rear.
He added the north wing and a conservatory. The Huth family demolition traders napier in the manor house until when they sold it to Edward and Sarah Hett. After their deaths it was sold in a derelict condition to Herbert Doel in the s who wanted to demolish it and build bungalows, however it demolition traders napier saved and restored. In an Archimedes' screw was installed in the River Frome to generate electricity for local houses.
The two-storey building is built in ashlar Cotswold stone, with a slate roof behind a parapet. The five bay front has a projecting porch with Tuscan columns, around the central doorway. Within the grounds are magnolias dating from the 19th century. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Listed Building — Grade II. National Heritage List for England.
Retrieved 1 January Retrieved 27 February Parks and Gardens UK. Parks and Gardens Data Services Ltd. Bath and North East Somerset.
Location of Freshford Manor in Somerset. Freshford, SomersetEngland. Boundary wall and 2 pairs of gatepiers to south of Freshford Manor.