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Langley House, Fawley

Description: Langley House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 10 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 143433

OS Grid Reference: SU4443701389
OS Grid Coordinates: 444437, 101389
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8104, -1.3707

Location: Lepe Road, Fawley, Hampshire SO45 1YT

Locality: Fawley
Local Authority: New Forest District Council
County: Hampshire
Country: England
Postcode: SO45 1YT

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Listing Text

SU 40 SW
Langley House
The entry shall be amended to read:


12/3 Langley House


House. Early-mid C19, some later alterations. Yellow Beaulieu/Exbury brick
in Flemish bond; Welsh slate roof. 2 storeys, 3 x 3 bays, end on to road with
rear wing. Entrance elevation: central single storey, square-on plan,
flat-roofed porch having 4-centred rubbed brick arch to half-glazed door with
narrow edge panes. To either side and on 1st floor are 12-pane sashes with
rubbed brick flat arches and stone sills. Overhanging hipped roof. Ridge
stacks on return ridges. Interior retains many C19 features including doors,
windows, shutters; dining room has sliding shutters, fireplace with
walnut-grained mantel, and later C19 side-cupboard; in study 2 niches and
cast-iron bell-top fireplace; later C19 butler's pantry; formed double range
with oven. Stone floor to laundry and shutters/grills for cross-ventilation;
in bedrooms 4 good cast-iron fireplates in restrained marble surrounds, and 2
hob grates with Rococco registers; some later C19 linen cupboards.


SU 40 SW
12/3 Langley House


House. Early C19. Yellow brick slate roof. Set end onto road, 2 storey,
3 x 2 bay. Front has central single storey, square-plan flat-roofed porch.
To front 4-centred rubbed brick arch with ½-glazed door having unusual
glazing of narrow edge panes. Five 12-pane sashes under rubbed arches,
with stone sills. Overhanging hipped roof. Ridge stacks on return ridges.

Listing NGR: SU4444101388

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Source: English Heritage

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