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Description: Colebrook Cottage, Gate Piers and Railings
Date Listed: 26 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 126841
OS Grid Reference: SP1655434979
OS Grid Coordinates: 416554, 234979
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0130, -1.7602
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SP 1634 8/130 BLOCKLEY LOWER STREET
Gate Piers and Railings
Dated 1861 and named in carved panel to front. Built as Police House by Admiral
Sir Edward Collier. Originally a semi-detached pair, now one cottage. Two storeys
and attic; coursed rubble with slate roof, scalloped bargeboard and eaves.
Two windows, 3-light with 4 centre arch heads and with mullions and drips. Entered in
gable end to north, south entrance now a window. Tudor arch windows with Gothic
glazing lighting attics to gables.
Two gate piers and 2 similar piers to front railings: rusticated with moulded and
pyramidal capping, all 4 set diagonally.
Listing NGR: SP1655434979
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Source: English Heritage
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