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Description: Brick House
Date Listed: 8 July 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 136576
OS Grid Reference: SU7822360789
OS Grid Coordinates: 478223, 160789
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3408, -0.8784
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SU 76 SE EVERSLEY
Brick House (formerly
listed as Brickhouse
C16, altered C18. 2 storeys and attic: 1:1:1 windows. Originally a symmetrical
design (of the north front) with 2-storeyed bay windows on either side of a cen-
tral projecting 2-storeyed porch, the bay on the west being replaced in C18 by
a flat wall (Flemish bond) with camber-headed windows. Red tile roof, the gables
at each end being marked by massive chimney breasts, which are stepped upwards
to form a rectangular base for ½ diagonal flues. Red brick walling in English
bond, with a weathered band at 1st floor level throughout, and as hoods above
windows in the west gable, plinth. The present windows are wooden casements
(the brick mullions having gone from the surviving eastern bay). The roof of
the porch is hipped at the front (with eaves lower than the main eaves); the
square doorway has an old oak frame of Tudor pattern and there are stone steps:
the original door is on the outside of (though originally within) the porch.
The structure is T-shaped, having a substantial rear wing of the same height
the gable ending in a massive chimney breast carrying 3 diagonal stacks:
irregular fenestration. An unobtrusive modern single-storeyed garage block
extends to the south.
Listing NGR: SU7827460728
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Source: English Heritage
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