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Cadlington House, Horndean

Description: Cadlington House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 March 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 142903

OS Grid Reference: SU7102913197
OS Grid Coordinates: 471029, 113197
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9139, -0.9910

Locality: Horndean
Local Authority: East Hampshire District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: PO8 0AA

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Listing Text


9/7 Cadlington House


Mansion. c1850, with extensions of 1894. Walls of coursed flint and flint with
galletting, with yellow (white) brick flush dressings; plinth band, quoins, single
and double first-floor bands, rubbed flat arches, some blind arches, eaves fascia,
stone cills. Bath stone features to the verandah and porch, with a simple Order
having Greek mouldings, with slender columns of rectangular section, and blocking
course raised at the ends. Low-pitched hipped slate roof, with wide eaves on
regular brackets : yellow brick stacks with arches and panels. A classical late
Regency design, with a wide symmetrical south elevation of two storeys, five
windows; a stone-framed verandah of eleven bays has been extended at the east
side by one bay, the five eastern bays being filled to the outer face. Sashes
in reveals, the ground-floor lights reaching to floor level. A feature of this ele-
vation is the prominent central group of chimneys (in line with the wall), with
recessed panels at centres and ends, and a central arch. The west (entrance)
elevation has the returned verandah, after which the wall is set back, the junction
between the two units being marked by the projecting porch, which continues the
style of the verandah, but with coupled pilaster-like columns, a recessed
doorway, and double doors, each of three tall panels. A later addition above the
porch follows the style but breaks the original design. A further single-bay
set back at the north side links to a rear block with a symmetrical (west)
elevation of two storeys five windows. The east elevation again has the return
of the verandah (extended and filled with windows), and beyond are lower one and
two-storeyed wings projecting forward, with between a top-lit single-storeyed unit
(dated 1894) with a large splayed bay.

Listing NGR: SU7102913197

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Source: English Heritage

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