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Date Listed: 31 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 134007
OS Grid Reference: SP0023831943
OS Grid Coordinates: 400238, 231943
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9859, -1.9979
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SP 03 SW WINCHCOMBE GRETTON FIELD,
Detached house dated 1849. Hard red brick with some embellishment from
blue headers, roof with plain and fish-scale tiles and decorative tile
cresting, richly decorated fretwork barge boards. A compact but richly
modelled Victorian Gothic villa with two principal and two lesser gables
to main front and two gables on right return, gable stacks with moulded
shafts. Two storeys, four-windowed, 2 and 3-light ovolo mould mullioned
casements in flush stone surrounds with alternating quoins and some with
transome, central plank door in 4-centred arch and set in gabled porch
with decorative barge board. Oriel on brackets on return, right. In
the right hand gable first floor front a sunk stone panel with date.
Reputed to have been built by a Rector of Alderton, this building is
externally quite unspoiled and has craftsmanship and decoration of a high
Listing NGR: SP0023831943
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Source: English Heritage
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