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Description: The Gables
Date Listed: 6 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 116314
OS Grid Reference: TL7998624688
OS Grid Coordinates: 579986, 224688
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8917, 0.6142
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TL 7924 STISTED THE STREET
7/295 No. 36 (The Gables)
House. 1866, in Tudor Revival style. Red brick in Flemish bond, with some
plastered and roughcast timber framing with exposed imitation framing, roofed
with handmade red clay tiles, plain and ornamental. Rectangular plan facing NW,
with axial stacks to left of centre and at right end. Original wing to rear
right, C20 lean-to extension to left of it. 2 storeys. Ground floor, 2 square
bays of 1-3-1 and 1-4-1 lights respectively, and one casement of 3 lights, all
with original cast iron lattices. First floor, 2 casements of 2 lights, and
central oriel of 1-3-1 lights with hipped roof of ornamental tiles, all with
original cast iron lattices. Plain boarded door. Full-length jetty with
exposed joists of horizontal section, and bressumer carved with folded leaf
design and O.S.O. 1866 (for Onley Savill Onley, né Harvey). Brickwork below
jetty, above it exposed imitation framing with crossed ogee braces, in west
Midlands style, roughcast between. 3 gables with fretted and pierced original
bargeboards, spiked finials and pendants. The front pitch of the roof is tiled
in bands and diamond patterns of plain and ornamental tiles. Each stack has a
cornice and 2 twisted shafts with octagonal bases and caps, in Tudor style.
Original casements with cast iron lattices to rear. An unaltered example of
Tudor Revival work of good quality, architect unknown.
Listing NGR: TL7998624688
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Source: English Heritage
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