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Description: Deane House
Date Listed: 17 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 138821
OS Grid Reference: SU5464350287
OS Grid Coordinates: 454643, 150287
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2491, -1.2185
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SU 55 SW OAKLEY AND DEANE
C17, C18, and modern. Main (south) front of 2.1.2 windows, with a west wing of one window projecting forward one bay. Ripped tile roofing. Red brick walling in mixed bond, parapet, first-floor rendered cill band passing in the architraves of the openings, a high plinth at cill level, rendered architraves. To the ground-floor, later red brick surrounds above the doorway in the projecting 2-storeyed (modern) porch. Dormers are small with cambered heads and casements, other windows have sashes in exposed frames. Stone doorcase with cornice, console brackets, eared architrave, fanlight, double doors. The east elevation has 5 similar bays, and extending eastwards from its north end is a modern 5 bay wing of similar design but taller. Interior panelling and staircase; some lead rain water heads and pipes.
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Source: English Heritage
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