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Description: 3 and 4, Warren Lane
Date Listed: 23 July 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 101052
OS Grid Reference: SX7994063050
OS Grid Coordinates: 279940, 63050
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4550, -3.6926
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SX76SE DARTINGTON HALL
1/137 Nos 3 and 4 Warren Lane
Pair of attached houses. 1934 by W E Lescaze of Howe Lescaze of America,
assisted by R Hening. Built by Staverton Builders for Dartington Hall.
Whitewashed rendered brick walls. Flat roofs.
Plan: Pair of symmetrically planned attached houses, one the mirror image
of the other, with kitchens at the centre of the front, entrance halls at
the sides with staircases in the front corner and with living and dining
rooms at the back. Designed in the International Modern Style.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 2:2:2 window front. 5-light window
bands at centre flashed by square window on first floor with small square
window at first floor level to left and right and on ground floor plain
kitchen doorways either side of central windows with narrow pantry window
to side. All metal frame casements without glazing bars and glazed doors.
Main doorways either side with flat canopies.
Including area wall in front with integral outhouse at centre.
Interior: No 3 has fireplaces with simple tiled surrounds in dining and
living rooms. Metal skirting boards covered to floor. Original kitchen
cupboards and sink. No 4 probably also has original features. Nos 3 and 4
is the first to be built of the group of houses in Warren Lane designed by
Lescaze and Hening
Listing NGR: SX7994063050
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Source: English Heritage
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