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Description: Myles House
Date Listed: 26 April 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 131402
OS Grid Reference: SO7746400208
OS Grid Coordinates: 377464, 200208
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7002, -2.3275
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SO 70 SE CAM ASHMEAD
Detached dwelling, formerly farmhouse. 1705 and 1913. Rough rendered, stone slate
roof. A three-gabled compact plan to which wing added at back, on east side, and
porch in internal angle, probably in 1913. Two storeys and attics, 3-windowed, 2, 3
or 4-light chamfered stone mullioned casements with scalloped surrounds formed in
plaster to smooth surface, as also at quoins; left of centre, in deep reveal, 6-panel
door, part glassed, with moulded stone architrave, probably of 1913. Right, above
doorway, plaster relief with 'I.B.1757' and above ground floor window in right gable
further panel 'IB 1705 1913 HBW'. Return wall, right, large external stack to gable
terminal, and 1913 door and doorcase, here two small roof dormers. Return wall, left,
plaster panel 'IB 1702', and porch with columns in cobble stone. Fine open well stair
of 1913 in Cotswold Craftsman style.
Listing NGR: SO7746400208
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Source: English Heritage
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