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Description: Brook House
Date Listed: 8 July 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 136490
OS Grid Reference: SU7913552290
OS Grid Coordinates: 479135, 152290
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2643, -0.8672
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SU 75 SE CROOKHAM VILLAGE CRONDALL ROAD
9/39 Brook House (formerly
listed under the Civil
8.7.52 Parish of Crondall)
C17 and C18. 2 storeys and attic; 1:0:2 windows. A building of mixed form and
dates, walled in red brick, with English and Flemish bonding. The west front
has a C18 set-back northern unit of lesser height, an entrance section, and at
the south end a Dutch gable, dated 1664. The gable walling, and its return on
the south face is divided panelwise in recesses, having small brick arcading
on the top side; within the panels beneath the gable, windows are framed within
raised bands, linked by a vertical below the centre of each cill to the bottom
edge of the main panel. The middle section of the front has a blank panel above
an arched doorway (with keystone and impost bands). The south wall has a 3-panel
division, without ornament. Red tile roof, part gabled, half-hipped and a full
hip to the east; large brick stacks. Modern casements. The facade is probably
the surviving part of a larger, probably symmetrical, design.
Listing NGR: SU7913352288
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Source: English Heritage
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