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Description: 5, 6 and 7, Warren Lane
Date Listed: 23 July 1992
English Heritage Building ID: 101053
OS Grid Reference: SX7994563082
OS Grid Coordinates: 279945, 63082
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4553, -3.6925
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SX76SE DARTINGTON HALL
1/138 Nos 5, 6 and 7 War
Row of attached houses. 1935 by W E Lescaze of Howe and Lescaze of
America, assisted by R Hening. Built by Staverton Builders for Dartington
hall. Whitewashed rendered brick walls. Flat roofs.
Plan: Row of 3 attached houses, the end houses (Now 5 and 7 are the mirror
image of each other with kitchens at the front, entrance halls at the sides
and living rooms at the back. The centre house (No 6) is similar with a
living room behind the kitchen and stair hall but the hall is entered
through a doorway at the front instead of the side. Against the front wall
each house has an integral store shed, but Nos 5's has been incorporated
into an enlarged kitchen. Internation Modern Style.
Exterior: 2 storeys. Originally symmetrical 1:3:1 window front 3 bands of
windows on first floor, wider at the centre, flanked by small stair window
to left and right a first floor level. Ground floor central doorway with
side light and concrete canopy, to right a doorway and window behind an
area wall, to left the area will path, demolished and ground floor flat
roof canopies. Glazed doors and metal frame windows without glazing bars.
Interior: might contain simple original features similar to those in No.3
Nos 5, 6 and 7 is the second to be built of the group of houses in Warren
Lane by Lescaze and Hening.
Listing NGR: SX7994563082
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Source: English Heritage
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