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PORTSLADE OLD MANOR is one of a very few examples of Norman manor houses that still exist in England
England
. It has been deemed a Scheduled Ancient Monument , and a Grade II* listed building .

In the Domesday Book
Domesday Book
there are two references to Portslade : "Oswald holds half a hide in Portslade he held it before 1066. It did not pay tax, he could go where he would with the land, One villager, value 6s". "Albert held half a hide in Portslade. It did not pay tax. One villager with half plough. The value is and was 6s."

In 1312, the Lord of the Manor
Lord of the Manor
of Portslade, John de Warenne, 7th Earl of Surrey , was granted a charter by King Edward II to hold a Fair at Portslade annually on 6 December, the Feast Day of Saint Nicolas .

Portslade Manor House was in use until 1807 when the new manor house was built. The old house was then used as an almshouse for the poor. In the Victorian era
Victorian era
it was partially demolished, to provide building material for a garden folly in the new manor grounds.

SEE ALSO

* Grade II* listed buildings in Brighton and Hove

REFERENCES

* ^ "Detailed Record: Remains of medieval manorhouse, about 150m West of St Mary\'s Convent, Manor Road (west side), Hove". Images of England
England
. English Heritage
English Heritage
. 2007. Retrieved 2009-04-12.

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HERITAGE

* Conservation areas * LISTED BUILDINGS: GRADE I * GRADE II* * Grade II: A–B * C–D * E–H * I–L * M * N–O * P–R * S * T–V * W–Z

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England
Quarter * Ovingdean Grange * Ovingdean Rectory * Patcham Place * Pelham Institute * Percy and Wagner Almshouses * Portslade Manor (ruined) * Preston Manor * Regency Town House * Southdown House * Stanmer House * Sussex Heights * Tower House * Van Alen Building * Western Pavilion

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Old Steine
* Oriental Place * Palmeira Square
Palmeira Square
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Institutional and civic buildings

* BHASVIC * Brighton General Hospital * Brighton Town Hall * Hove Town Hall * Jubilee Library * Kings House * Ovingdean Hall School * Preston Barracks
Preston Barracks
* Royal Alexandra Hospital * Royal Sussex County Hospital
Royal Sussex County Hospital
* The Keep * The Montefiore Hospital * University of Brighton
University of Brighton
* University of Sussex
University of Sussex
* Varndean College
Varndean College
* SCHOOLS: LIST OF FORMER BOARD SCHOOLS * Blatchington Mill School * Brighton Aldridge Community Academy * Brighton and Hove High School * Brighton College * Brighton College Preparatory School * Cardinal Newman RC School * Deepdene School * The Dharma School * Dorothy Stringer High School * Hove Park School * King\'s School * Longhill High School
Longhill High School
* Ovingdean Hall School * Patcham High School * Portslade Aldridge Community Academy * Roedean School * St Aubyns School * Varndean School

HOTELS AND INNS

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Hangleton Manor Inn
* King and Queen * Royal Pavilion Tavern

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* Astoria (former) * Brighton Centre
Brighton Centre
* Brighton Dome
Brighton Dome
and Studio (Pavilion) Theatre * Brighton Hippodrome (former) * Brighton Marina
Brighton Marina
* Brighton Wheel * Duke of York\'s Picture House * Falmer Stadium
Falmer Stadium
* Komedia
Komedia
* King Alfred Centre * Marlborough Pub and Theatre * Medina House * Old Market * Regent Cinema (demolished) * Royal Pavilion
Royal Pavilion
* Saltdean Lido
Saltdean Lido
* Theatre Royal * Withdean Stadium * MUSEUMS: Booth Museum * Brighton Fishing Museum * Brighton Museum and Art Gallery * Brighton Toy and Model Museum * British Engineerium * Hove Museum and Art Gallery

PIERS

* Brighton Palace Pier * Royal Suspension Chain Pier (demolished) * West Pier

WINDMILLS

* Beacon Mill, Rottingdean
Beacon Mill, Rottingdean
* Waterhall Mill, Patcham * West Blatchington Windmill

MISCELLANEOUS

* Anthaeum (demolished) * Barford Court * Chattri * Clock Tower * 11 Dyke Road * Foredown Tower * Hove War Memorial * i360 * Patcham Pylons * Pepper Pot * Ralli Hall
Ralli Hall
* St Dunstan\'s * Sassoon Mausoleum
Sassoon Mausoleum
* Steine House
Steine House
(YMCA) * Waste House
Waste House
* Whitehawk Hill transmitting station
Whitehawk Hill transmitting station

RELATED TOPICS

* Ammonite order
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Regency architecture
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Charles Busby
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Thomas Lainson
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Basil Spence
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