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Description: Dun Clagh
Date Listed: 10 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 143456
OS Grid Reference: SU3826809324
OS Grid Coordinates: 438268, 109324
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8821, -1.4574
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MARCHWOOD TWIGGS LANE
SU 31 NE
8/5 Dun Clagh
House, built as the Rectory. 1846, by Woodyer. Walls of rubble stonework
with Bath stone dressings, brick service wing and outbuildings. C20 roof
of interlocking pantiles (replacing tiles), tiles to wing. A Gothic house
of T-shaped, modified by two storeyed porch, half-hexagonal (rear)
staircase wing and single storeyed wings; two storeys and attic. The north
entrance front has a gable projection at the west side, with a porch in the
angle, of 2.1.1 windows. There is a variety of windows in Gothic style,
small coupled lancets, taller cusped lancets in groups of 3 and 4, and
coupled mullioned and transomed lights with simple tracery; all with
casements. Other elevations have similar features with irregular but
balanced treatment. West of the house there is a yard, containing a wing
and outbuildings, with a high enclosing wall of brickwork. Inside,
original features still remain, with stained glass in the traceried
Listing NGR: SU3848409340
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Source: English Heritage
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