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Description: Berkeley House
Date Listed: 23 June 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 128159
OS Grid Reference: ST7568693289
OS Grid Coordinates: 375686, 193289
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6379, -2.3527
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4/88 WOTTON-UNDER-EDGE LONG STREET
Nos 31 and 31A
(formerly listed as
No. 31 Berkeley House)
Guest house and offices formerly one dwelling. C17. Squared and dressed stone slate
roof. Large U-shaped patrician house with late C19 extended wing to 31A, two broad
Cotswold gables to street; dressed stone tripartite stack with moulded coping,
centrally. Three storeys plus basement, five windowed: in gables two-light, at first
floor immediately below four-light all stone chamfered mullions with drips and
labels, small pane rectangular leaded casements, plus two small square fixed lights
centrally between gables, moulded stone surrounds and two-light chamfered mullion
first floor, two sashes with glazing bars ground floor in extension, right. New
shop-front to No. 31A; good six-panel door under four-light rectangular fanlight, plus
supporting side-lights, flat hood on consoles; approached by short flight stone steps
with wrought iron handrails on twisted balusters. Opening to cellar, right.
Interior retains newel stair with plain untapered circular 9 ins newel, small lights
into courtyard; panelled doors on L-strap hinges, first floor centre moulded arched
openings; broad structural beams with cyma mouldings.
Roof includes section with wind bracing in three ranges.
See also NMR: includes photographs of interiors now removed. Some interior detail
removed to V & A Museum.
Listing NGR: ST7568393292
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Source: English Heritage
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