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Description: The Priory House
Date Listed: 24 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 146567
OS Grid Reference: SU6278708467
OS Grid Coordinates: 462787, 108467
Latitude/Longitude: 50.8723, -1.1090
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SU 6208 SOUTHWlCK AND WIDLEY
17/48 The Priory House
(Formerly the Old Estate
Office and the Garden)
Stables of Southwick Hall, later estate offices, now two dwellings. Mainly early
and late C19. The west elevation has lower walls of stone rubble (from the
nearby Priory ruins) with brickwork above of English bond, rubbed flat arches,
some alterations: the other three sides are rendered. Hipped slate roof.
Rectangular two-storeyed block with projecting east wings at each end; the east
elevation was symmetrical, with a panel above the doorway flanked by windows
above carriage openings in the form of Tudor arches, now filled and with windows
inserted; the south side extends by one window. Both wings have windows on the
south side. Sashes. There are two classical porches.
Listing NGR: SU6463209041
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Source: English Heritage
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