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Baldwin Manor, Swaffham Prior

History of Baldwin Manor

Listed Building:

Manor house, c1500 extended by one bay to the South in early-mid C16 and again in C17 by the addition of a kitchen wing at the rear. The parlour of the original house was demolished before 1815…. at first floor the original sills to the c1500 windows are preserved. In the rear wall there are two C16 windows one of four ogee lights with pierced trefoil tracery to heads, and another of seven lights with hollow

Baldwin Manor, Swaffham Prior (Royal Archaeological Society 1967)

moulded mullions. The early-mid C16 addition is similar to the original house. …. On a former moated site and known to have been associated with the Baldwin family in C13. The house is particularly noteworthy for its mouldings connected with the heraldic devices of the Baldwin family.



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