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Description: Havelock House and Wentworth House
Date Listed: 7 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 146291
OS Grid Reference: SU5720911491
OS Grid Coordinates: 457209, 111491
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9001, -1.1878
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WICKHAM THE SQUARE, NORTH WEST SITE
10/10 Havelock House & Wentworth
Pair of houses. Early C18. Front walls of brickwork in blue headers with red
dressings; cambered rubbed arches, bands at 1st and 2nd floors, and at eaves (low
parapet): rear walls of English bond with blue headers, and cambered arches.
Tile roof, with lower gables at the rear. Symmetrical south-east front
elevation of three storeys, eight windows (two groups of four) to lst and 2nd
floors, and four to the ground floor. Original sashes in exposed frames,
ground-floor late C18 sashes in reveals. Identical wood doorcases (Wentworth sub-
stantially repaired) in Roman Doric Order, with open pediment with dentilled
cornice, supported on bold carved brackets, above fluted pilasters, arched
opening with radiating fanlight, and 6-panelled door, above stone steps. The
rear is two storeys and attic, 126.96.36.199 windows, with varied single-storeyed
wings. The north side of Wentworth is a single-storeyed wing with a plain door
and a carriage entrance. A low brick boundary wall has a stone capping, and in
front of Havelock retains its original wrought iron rails. Havelock has a lead
fire-insurance sign. Wentworth retains some interior panelling.
Listing NGR: SU5716311438
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Source: English Heritage
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