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Description: Hawkley Place
Date Listed: 23 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 143200
OS Grid Reference: SU7454829047
OS Grid Coordinates: 474548, 129047
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0559, -0.9377
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HAWKLEY UPPER GREEN
SU 72 NW
9/10 Hawkley Place
House. Small vernacular house, with large extensions of 1862, by Teulon. The old
part has brick walls of Flemish bond, 1st floor band, plinth, rendered on the
south-east side; the main part has on the north side brickwork in English bond, but
the important elevations (south-west and part north-west) have polygonal malmstone
with Bath stone dressings, the upper parts in both cases being tile-hung, above
brick dentilled bands, with a jettied section on carved brackets. Tile roof,
1/2-hipped to the older part, but elsewhere with an elaborate treatment of gables of
varied sizes and on different planes, with some exposed framing. Casements, again
of varied size and form, with some bracketted cills, a large bay above a plastered
ogee base, and a large mullion and transom staircase window, on a moulded cill.
The entrance is a Bath stone doorframe of Perpendicular style, with a deep hood-
mould, and vertical panelling above a 4-centred arch.
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Source: English Heritage
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