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Description: Ivy Cottage
Date Listed: 1 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146246
OS Grid Reference: SU5731711540
OS Grid Coordinates: 457317, 111540
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9005, -1.1863
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WICKHAM BRIDGE STREET
10/20 No 14 (Ivy Cottage) and
No 15 Juniper Cottage)
Two houses, forming an L-shaped block, on the corner of Station Road and Bridge
Street. 1846. The front block (No 14) has coarse flint walls with yellow brick
dressings; quoins, bands at cill and window-head levels (with dog-tooth ornament
in the gable), rubbed flat arches within hoodmoulds, chamfered reveals, buttresses
at the foot of the lesser gable, and a red brick plinth. No 15 has red brick walls
of Flemish bond with blue heads, slightly-cambered openings within hoodmoulds,
chamfered reveals, stone cills. Tile roof to No 14, with decorative bargeboards to
the gables, Tudor stacks; lower-pitched hipped slate roof to No 15. Of Tudor style,
the south front of No 14 is two storeys, 1.1 windows, with a gable at the west side
and a smaller gable above the east side window: casements, splayed ground-floor bay
at the west side: Gothic gabled porch of conforming style. The east front elevation
of No 15 is symmetrical, of two storeys two windows: casements: half-glazed door
beneath a canopy on brackets, and a central diamond plaque inscribed W G 1846.
Listing NGR: SU5732111546
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Source: English Heritage
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