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Description: School and School House
Date Listed: 18 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 142979
OS Grid Reference: SU7798333601
OS Grid Coordinates: 477983, 133601
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0964, -0.8877
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6/7 School and School House
Village hall and house. Mid C19, assumed to be by Alfred Waterhouse. Walls of
polygonal malmstone with Bath stone dressings (quoins,cill band, plinth): the
centre of the front projects as a prominent tapered stack. Prominent tile roof,
with a gable to the lower part, and a higher gable to the house: at the (east)
side of the house there is a small dormer and a gabled north wing, The building
comprises a hall of 4 bays, with a lower eastward extension of 1 bay, linking
to a 2-storeyed cross wing (which is the house): at the junction between the
main and subsidiary unit is a projecting porch. Bullion and transom casements,
The gabled porch is of Gothic form, with a pointed arch beneath a hoodmould
and side buttresses. The house part continues the style, and there is an
entrance in the angle of the east elevation, with a tiled canopy.
Listing NGR: SU7799233606
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Source: English Heritage
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