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Description: Golding House
Date Listed: 6 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 137921
OS Grid Reference: SU6405051857
OS Grid Coordinates: 464050, 151857
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2623, -1.0834
SU63-6451(part) BASINGSTOKE LONDON ROAD
3/21 Golding House
C18. A 2-storeyed house with 3 important elevations, surrounding an older core.
The east facade of 2.3.2 windows has a recessed centre filled on the ground floor
with a flat roofed verandah. The yellow brick walling in Flemish bond has rubbed
flat arches (arched windows to 1st floor of centre), stone cills, plinth; the
parapet has a coping stone and a flat band of rosettes (Coade stone). Sashes in
reveals with inner folding shutters, the verandah is in stone with an entablature
resting on 2 plain columns and end pilasters (Tuscan Order), on 2 stone steps.
The central doorway has an architrave enclosing a fanlight and glazed door. The
north (road side) elevation has 2.1.1 windows, with Venetian ground floor lights
on either side of the doorway in the projecting unit. Sashes. The doorcase has
a full entablature, with small modillion and pulvinated frieze. Doric pilaster
enclosing a modern window. The facing, of yellow mathematical tiles, has been
temporarily removed. The south elevation is of 3.3.3 windows the centre section
being bow shaped, with C20 west section, the walling treatment continues round
the 3 sides but there is tile and a slate roofing, a few delicate wrought-iron
window boxes to the upper floor.
Listing NGR: SU6405051857
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Source: English Heritage
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