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Description: Vine House
Date Listed: 26 April 1993
English Heritage Building ID: 101325
OS Grid Reference: SX7776458655
OS Grid Coordinates: 277764, 58655
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4150, -3.7218
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14/421 Vine House
House, said to have been the poor house. Dated 1764. Local slate rubble and
metamorphic stone rubble with brick window arches. Grouted scantle slate
roof with gabled end and hipped corner. Some early crested ridge tiles.
Rendered gable end chimney stacks.
Plan: Overall L-shaped single depth plan; possibly originally a pair of
houses, one with a central entrance in the shorter south wing which was
probably a 2-room plan. The north east wing was probably another 2-room
plan house with a central entrance and a later rear outshut.
Exterior: Two storeys and attic. South front: regular 2-window range
disposed towards the left. Late C19 or early C20 2-light casements in
original openings with segmental brick arches with keystones. Central
doorway with late C19 glazed porch with corner shafts and decorative timber
cresting of a sort of fleur-de-lis pattern. Round stone plaque at centre
of-first storey with date 1764 in red brick surround. Two flat roof
North east, right return: regular 4-window range, closer spaced to right,
similar casements, first floor with horizontal glazing bars, all in original
openings with segmental brick arches with keystones. Doorway to right of
centre with rusticated rendered surround with keyblock and late c19 glazed
and panelled door.
Interior: Some of the ground floor partitions have been removed but the
roof is probably the original with the collars nailed to the faces of the
Listing NGR: SX7776558652
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Source: English Heritage
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