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Description: Stoneberrow Place
Date Listed: 17 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 125941
OS Grid Reference: SO6988131255
OS Grid Coordinates: 369881, 231255
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9789, -2.4399
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DYMOCK THE VILLAGE
SO 63 SE (south side)
4/123 Stoneberrow Place
Former house, now 3 houses. Early C19. Random rubble sides.
Flemish bond brick front, slate roof. Five-bay front, 2 rooms
deep. Plinth to front; central 6-panel door up 4 stone steps,
simple iron rail each side. Bottom panels flush, centre fielded,
upper glazed; pilaster with Greek key decoration each side;
similar decoration to frieze to flat hood on console brackets. To
left one, to right 2 cambered-headed openings to cellar in plinth.
Ground floor two 16-pane sashes each side, flat, rubbed brick arch,
projecting stone keystone. First floor 5 normal sashes, heads as
below. Wide, flat soffit to eaves: hipped roof; brick chimneys
on ridge one bay in from each end. C20 porches added to each end
wall: single-storey rear wing not of special interest. Rear roof
slope gapped slating.
Listing NGR: SO6982531268
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Source: English Heritage
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