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Description: Halfway House
Date Listed: 6 March 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 146381
OS Grid Reference: SU6105919416
OS Grid Coordinates: 461059, 119416
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9709, -1.1318
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SU 61 NW DROXFORD
7/12 Halfway House
House, once a public house. C17 timber frame, with late C18 cladding of part,
and late C19 rear block. Exposed frame on two walls with painted brick infill
(some herringbone), the east facade of painted brickwork in Flemish bond with
plinth, full-height pilasters at each side, brick dentil cornice to the pediment/
gable (containing an oval recess), and Venetian arches: other walls of painted
brickwork in Flemish Garden Wall bond, and red brickwork in stretcher bond. Tile
roof of mixed form, one hipped and one gabled dormer. L-shaped original block
(hall and crosswing?) with a narrow C19 block along the rear, the east gable
(facing the roadway) having a classical facade planted on it, with one Venetian
window (casements) above another (sashes). The remainder of the building, of
one storey and attic and irregular fenestration, has vernacular features, with
casements. There are two similar doorways, having open pediments on carved brackets,
architraves, one 2-panelled door and a half-glazed door.
Listing NGR: SU6105719421
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Source: English Heritage
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