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Description: Church House
Date Listed: 16 November 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 156274
OS Grid Reference: SO9191776792
OS Grid Coordinates: 391917, 276792
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3891, -2.1202
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SO 9076 - 9176 BELBROUGHTON CP BRADFORD LANE (west side)
12/9 Church House
House, now flats. Mid-C18, refronted c1800 with further mid-C19 and mid-
C20 alterations. Brick, partly pebbledashed; plain and machine-tile roofs,
partly hipped with ogee-arched parapets at front gable ends; massive brick
stacks of mainly mid-C19 date. Three storeys and cellar with dentilled
eaves cornice. Gothick style. East front elevation: 1:3:1 gabled bays;
central part breaks forward and the upper floors are half a storey higher
than those of the flanking bays. The windows all have hood moulds with
returns; first floor windows have four-centred heads and Y-tracery, second
floor windows are 2-light casements. The central part has two windows similar
to those on the first floor flanking the former main entrance whioh has a 4-
centred head, glazed double doors and a Y-traceried fanlight. The flanking
bays have ground floor additions with flat roofs behind parapets; the left
addition has an opening with a 4-centred head and an inserted C20 bay window;
the right addition has a pair of cross-casements with pointed upper lights.
There is a blind quatrefoil in the apex of the central gable and blind trefoils
in the apex of the smaller flanking gables. Interior not inspected. Main
entrance now at rear. Large mid-C19 addition to rear left. (BoE, p 78).
Listing NGR: SO9191776792
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Source: English Heritage
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