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Description: Deanes Almshouses
Date Listed: 3 May 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 137929
OS Grid Reference: SU6397851843
OS Grid Coordinates: 463978, 151843
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2622, -1.0844
SU 63 6451 (part) BASINGSTOKE LONDON STREET
3.5.49 Nos 29, 31, 33, 35,
37, 39, 40 and 41
Note: the irregular rear elevations from the Red Lion PH to No 36a contain many
original features Endowed as homes for 8 poor widows by Sir James Deane in 1607,
and still used for that purpose. A symmetrical facade of 1 storey with attic,
8 windows. Stoop tile roof, with 4 tall shafted stacks, 6 hipped roof dormers
enclosing 3-light easements (with all at eaves level). Painted brick walling in
English bond, plinth, 4-light ground floor casements in heavy frames. Coupled
doors with heavy wooden frames. The feature of the building is a gabled centre
containing in its upper part between 2 windows a panel with heraldic device in
relief, topped by a cornice and with a moulded base, all above a lettered panel,
referring to the foundation by James Deane in 1608. Modern outshot and dormers at
Listing NGR: SU6398851840
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Source: English Heritage
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