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Ashley Chase House, Long Bredy

Description: Ashley Chase House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 20 May 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 105269

OS Grid Reference: SY5634487545
OS Grid Coordinates: 356344, 87545
Latitude/Longitude: 50.6859, -2.6193

Location: Long Bredy, Dorset DT3 4JZ

Locality: Long Bredy
Local Authority: West Dorset District Council
County: Dorset
Country: England
Postcode: DT3 4JZ

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Listing Text

SY 58 NE LONG BREDY ASHLEY CHASE

3/149 Ashley Chase House

- II

Large House in grounds, (shooting lodge). 1925 by Sir Guy Dawber for Sir David
Milne-Watson. Unsquared rubble walls. Hipped slate roofs, with thick clay tiles
at eaves. Tall rubble-stone stacks behind left front gabling, at right hand end
wall (eaves), at rear wall towards east end. Irregular plan with short wing at
left hand front and oblique wing at rear. 2 and 2½ storeys. Entrance front has
a total of 6 windows. Ground floor fenestration: 4-, 4-, 4-, door, 3-, and
2-light stone mullion windows with straight chamfers. Metal casements with lead
lights in small rectangular panes. Mixture of 2-, 3-, and 4-light versions for
remainder. Gables (Cotswold style), two to left front, one at centre over door
bays. Doorway with pointed-arch entrance with slight straight-chamfered jambs in
roughly dressed stone. Door, plank with studded muntins and transoms. Coat of
arms carved over front door with motto "Des et Patriae omnia debeo". Rear
elevation, irregular fenestration to oblique wing and rear of main house. Canted
bay in the angle, containing stair-well, and smaller canted bay right of this.
Windows of from 2 to 6-light (right hand) stone mullions. Canted bay has a large
ogee cap over. Door in the side of the main canted bay with hollow-chamfered and
filleted jambs, and segmental head. Shield on keystone with 1925 and Milne-Watson
monogram. Oak door, plank and muntin, with segmental head. Interior not inspected.
(J. Newman and N. Pevsner, Dorset, p. 78)


Listing NGR: SY5634487545

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Source: English Heritage

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