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Description: Director Generals' Building at Former Ordnance Survey Offices
Date Listed: 2 October 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 135910
OS Grid Reference: SU4207112959
OS Grid Coordinates: 442071, 112959
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9146, -1.4029
1. ROCKSTONE PLACE
Building at Former
Ordnance Survey Offices
(formerly listed as part
of group of former
SU 4212 2/217 2.10.69 Ordnance Survey Offices)
Circa 1840. This was probably the Governor's House. Corner building. Three
storeys and semi-basement. Three windows to Rockstone Place elevation, 4
windows to the Avenue. End pilasters rising the full height of the building.
Dentilled cornice. Windows are sashes retaining their glazing bars. Ground
floor windows are round-headed with arched recessed heads, and stuccoed fan
decoration in tympana. Central round-headed keyed door opening. Stone doorcase
with shallow moulded cornice hood on brackets and pilasters. Central portion
with doorway and middle windows breaks forward slightly.
Listing NGR: SU4206612959
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Source: English Heritage
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