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Description: Highcliffe House (Now Used As Service Acommodation for Highcliffe Hotel)
Date Listed: 1 August 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 101706
OS Grid Reference: SZ0849290708
OS Grid Coordinates: 408492, 90708
Latitude/Longitude: 50.7159, -1.8811
1. BEACON ROAD
5186 (West Side)
[Formerly listed as
(Now need as service
SZ 0890 12/90 1.8.74.
Built as cottages for coastguards. Well-preserved vernacular terrace of houses
(now used as service accommodation for Highcliffe Hotel) buff brick, circa 1850,
with regular rhythm of paired windows. Main south front articulated by 3 gables,
2 windows wide, projecting forward by a whole bay. Windows segment-headed in
gables, flat-headed elsewhere, with voussoirs in same brick. On north side windows
all segment-headed, with voussoirs in red brick. Slate roof. 2 of 5 chimneys
on ridge have been cut down. Lower extension to west.
Listing NGR: SZ0849290708
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Source: English Heritage
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