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Date Listed: 25 August 1960
English Heritage Building ID: 127056
OS Grid Reference: SP1255441305
OS Grid Coordinates: 412554, 241305
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0700, -1.8183
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SP 14 SW WESTON SUBEDGE STRATFORD ROAD
Large house, once formerly a coaching inn. C16; enlarged early
C17. Limestone ashlar with stone slate roof. C17 wing added
across end of C16 house to form T-plan; second C17 wing beyond; all
two-storey with attic. Earlier house: parapet with 2 blocked ovolo
moulded 3-light parapet windows and dormer windows behind; 4-
centred arched doorway; alterations at north end; doorway with
moulded flat stone hood on stone brackets on west side. Cross wing
has gable chimney at east end with paired diagonal shafts; 2 small
round-headed windows to left; at west gable end 2 12-light
mullioned and transomed windows with cavetto moulding and hood.
End wing has 2 and 3-light ovolo moulded mullioned windows and
laternal chimney, again with paired diagonal shafts; finely carved
coronet finials topped by fleur-de-lys decoration. Service wing to
west has timber casement windows on north side; cross-roll saddles
to gables. Chimneys have moulded caps. Attached screen wall with
round arched opening incorporating imposts and keystone with date
shield above: 1617 EB. C19 coach house beyond.
Interior: much altered in C16 wing, but some timber framing
visible; small raised upper floor stone fireplace survives. Late
Jacobean stone fireplace and door screen in C17 wing; another
carved stone fireplace with foliage decoration in adjacent room.
Said once to have been the home of Bishop Latimer of Worcester.
Listing NGR: SP1255441305
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Source: English Heritage
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