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Description: East Winton
Date Listed: 21 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 100600
OS Grid Reference: SX8085563354
OS Grid Coordinates: 280855, 63354
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4579, -3.6798
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SX 86 SW LITTLEHEMPSTON
5/52 VintonHouse and East
House, formerly the Rectory, divided into two houses. Built in 1842 in Tudor
style for Rev F H Hele. Stuccoed, with angle-quoins. Slate roof with gabled
ends and widely overhanging eaves. Two storeys. South-east front three bays.
Centre advanced and gabled. Smaller gables over first floor windows right and
left. Left-hand blind. Mullion and transom windows in chamfered openings with
stuccoed quoins, ground floor have hood moulds. Central wide moulded four-
centred arch doorway with label to porch, moulded four-centred arch doorcase and
panelled door with intersecting tracery and pointed arch niches left and right
inside the porch. Oriel above. South-west garden front: 1:3:1 bays. Left and
right projecting gables with small four-centred arch attic windows and canted
ground floor bay. Centre recess has French windows and balcony with open timber
gable at centre with ornate pierced bargeboards and pendant. Many large
symmetridally arranged rendered chimney stacks with octagonal flues with moulded
caps. Interior intact and contains original gothic style joinery and staircase
and Tudor arch chimneypieces etc. Reference: architect's drawings, dated 1841,
but not signed, at Winton House.
Listing NGR: SX8085563354
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Source: English Heritage
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