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Description: Dairy House
Date Listed: 4 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 135155
OS Grid Reference: SP0158335922
OS Grid Coordinates: 401583, 235922
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0217, -1.9783
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SP 03 NW DUMBLETON DAIRY LANE, Dumbleton Village
2/58 Dairy House
House and dairy by same architect as The Power House (q.v.). Early
C20. Red brick, mostly pebbledash, close-studded and decorative
timber-framing to first floor; red tile roof, formerly covered
with large stone slates; brick stacks. Rectangular plan with
gable projecting forwards slightly off-centre left; dairy at right
angles to rear. House: 2 storeys with single-storey extension to
rear. Roadside front of house: brick plinth continued up in the
form of pilasters at corners; three 4-light sliding sash windows
to the ground floor; 2-light sliding sash to the first floor of
the projecting gable; single 3-light sliding sashes to the main
body either side. Part-glazed door with fillets far right within
a flat-roofed porch with lattice-work sides incorporating lattice-
work lunettes. Three-light canted bay at the right gable end
under a jetty supported on thin wooden brackets. Three-light
sliding sash to the first floor. Open-sided lean-to porch at the
left gable end; plank door with a segmental head flanked by
single-light casements. Segmental-headed openings to the west
side of the dairy range; open-fronted east side with late C20
concrete block piers at the front of each bay. Glazing bars to
all windows lighting house and dairy. Hipped gable ends, axial
brick stacks. Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: SP0158335922
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Source: English Heritage
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