Monument record BSE 083 - The Manor House, Honey Hill.

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Summary

Manor House. listed building

Location

Grid reference Centred TL 8571 6393 (33m by 20m)
Map sheet TL86SE
Civil Parish BURY ST EDMUNDS, ST EDMUNDSBURY, SUFFOLK

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Type and Period (2)

Full Description

Manor House. `Early Georgian, of red brick with quoins. Nine bays wide, two-storeyed, with three-bay pediment. Doorway with segmental pediment on brackets. Good interiors. The house was built as the Bury residence of the First Earl of Bristol. It was designed by Sir James Burrough' (S1). April 1990: base of brick wall found below floor level in second room W of main entrance. Excavated and recorded. See (S2) for details.
See details in Lost Country Houses of Suffolk by WM Roberts.
Excavation (S4)

Sources/Archives (10)

  • <S1> Bibliographic reference: Pevsner N & Radcliffe E. 1974. The Buildings of England: Suffolk. Pevsner N & Radcliffe E, Suffolk, 1975 ed, 150.
  • <M1> Unpublished document: Suffolk Archaeological Service. Parish file. Parish file: (S2).
  • <S2> (No record type): SAU, Tester A, field report, BSE 083, April 1990.
  • <M2> (No record type): Photographs:.
  • <M3> (No record type): Excavation archive:.
  • <S3> Bibliographic reference: Roberts, W.M.. 2010. Lost Country Houses Of Suffolk.
  • <S4> Article in serial: Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History. PSIAH 37(3) 1991 p266.
  • <S5> Digital archive: Historic England. National Record Of the Historic Environment.
  • <S6> Source Unchecked: RCHME?. Various. Field Investigators Comments. F1 PAS 26-MAR-81.
  • <S7> Bibliographic reference: District of St Edmundsbury. 1974. List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest.

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Mar 12 2021 11:32AM

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