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Description: Ashford Chace
Date Listed: 23 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 143235
OS Grid Reference: SU7401326380
OS Grid Coordinates: 474013, 126380
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0320, -0.9459
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SU 72 NW
9/31 Ashford Chace
Mansion, now flats. 1912, by W F Unsworth: of complex form but with plain details.
Rendered walls, cambered ground floor openings to the south elevation. Steeply-
pitched tile roof, hipped and with hipped dormers, central hexagonal cupola; promi-
nent cemented stacks. The entrance (north) front is symmetrical of two storeys and
attic to the taller centre, with two-storeyed central porch flanked by single-
storeyed outshots; beyond are tall narrow wings at an angle with half-octagonal
ends (the eastern containing the staircase), and further two-storeyed lower wings,
again on splay and set further outwards, ending in tall walls which enclose the
forecourt. Casements. Arched entrance within a simple classical stone frame. The
garden (south) front is symmetrical with projections at each side, of two storeys
and attic, 2.5.2 windows, sashes, French door beneath a balcony; set back at the
east side is a slightly lower but extensive service range, ending in a lower
two-storeyed crosswing of similar form and materials, with casements. The west
elevation, containing the angle between the north-west wing and the taller main
block, has a two-storeyed half-octagonal projection, above an open verandah with
Listing NGR: SU7452125838
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Source: English Heritage
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