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Description: The Red House
Date Listed: 23 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 143255
OS Grid Reference: SU7273223734
OS Grid Coordinates: 472732, 123734
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0084, -0.9647
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STEEP STROUD ROAD
SU 72 SW
12/10 The Red House
Farmhouse. C17, early and late C19, C20. Walls of red brickwork in English, Monk
and Stretcher bonds, small section of malmstone with brick dressings, small section
of exposed framing, tile-hanging of part of 1st floor, and all of two walls. Tile
roof with half-hip and rear catslide, and low-pitched hipped slate roof to cross-
wing. A three-bay timber frame of two storeys, with an early C19 cross-wing of
three storeys: the latter presents a south elevation once symmetrical of three
windows, but now with a full height angular bay of three bays at the west side: the
bay is of red brickwork and the remainder is tile-hung: sashes: a glazed projection
in the middle and east side contains an entrance within a porch and a French door
to a living room. The west elevation shows the older part, of two storeys three
windows, with tile-hung 1st floor above C17 brickwork; casements, a former brick
porch (now a window) being enclosed within a larger part-open C20 porch, having the
main entrance. Small C20 single-storeyed extension at the north end, of brick and
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Source: English Heritage
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