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Hartpury Church of England Primary School and Attached House, Hartpury

Description: Hartpury Church of England Primary School and Attached House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 125579

OS Grid Reference: SO7986023771
OS Grid Coordinates: 379860, 223771
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9121, -2.2942

Location: A417, Hartpury, Gloucestershire GL19 3BT

Locality: Hartpury
Local Authority: Forest of Dean District Council
County: Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: GL19 3BT

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Listing Text

(east side)

8/47 Hartpury C of E Primary School
and attached house


School and attached house; 1869 date stone, extension late C19, for
Rev. W. G. S. Addison by Fulljames and Waller of Gloucester,
builder J. Clutterbuck. Squared, coursed blue lias, ashlar to
openings, tiled roof. 'L' plan, school wing gable to road, single
storey hall, 2-storey house wing on left, 2 rooms deep. Plain
plinth to schoolroom gable, 3-light stepped lancets, with transom,
plate tracery, hoodmould, with stone voussoirs forming relieving
arch. Date carved in windowhead. Half hip above. Chimneys set
back on left return. To left lower gable for porch, boarded door
up 3 stone steps, trefoil head with quatrefoil over, all within a
chamfered 2-centred arch. Carved text above; parapet gable with
cross gablet and iron finial to apex. Either side trefoil heads to
rain-water outlets, with decorative cast-iron rain-water heads and
square pipes. To left boarded door with low pointed arch, entrance
to house: above trefoil-headed lancet, steep pyramid roof with
bellcast and lead top, small gablets on each face. Wall sets
forward to left, 3-light flat headed mullioned window, relieving
arch over; 2-light ditto above, with half-hip to gable. Right
return to school 4 windows altered in 1960s, retaining original
sills and jambs; 4 small gablets in roof over: beyond 2 half-hipped
gables, each with 2-light mullion and transom window trefoil heads
to lights, relieving arch over.
Internally, entrance to porch; school hall on right subdivided in
late C20 and ceiling inserted: feet of arch-braced collar trusses
visible, rising from stone corbels. 2 fireplaces, stone surrounds
with 2-centred arches, stone mantelshelves. Angle of 'L' largely
infilled in C20. School was extended in 1875 and 1893, one
extension being second gable on right return. (Copy of contract
drawings, D2186/72 at Gloucester C.R.O., and notes from school log
book, both kept at School.)

Listing NGR: SO7986023771

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Source: English Heritage

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