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Description: Garden Wall and Adjoining Pavilions Enclosing Garden to North and East of Church House
Date Listed: 17 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 156275
OS Grid Reference: SO9193076816
OS Grid Coordinates: 391930, 276816
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3893, -2.1200
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SO 9076 - 9176 BELBROUGHTON CP BRADFORD LANE (west side)
12/10 Garden wall and adjoining
pavilions enclosing garden
to north and east of Church
Garden wall and pavilions. Mid-C18 with c1800 and mid-C19 alterations.
Brick with some sandstone copings and dressings on sandstone base. Wall is
about 6 feet high. It adjoins the south-west corner of Church House (qv)
and runs south for about 10 yards (and includes a pointed archway), then
returns east for about 40 yards. At the centre of this south section is
a gabled gateway with a pointed outer arch and a square-headed inner arch-
way with a moulded architrave. The wall then returns to the north of another
40 yards; this east section has a central pointed doorway with sandstone jambs.
The wall then returns east for 20 yards. At each corner of the main east
section with the sandstone archway the walls form part of square pavilions
with pyramidal plain tile roofs. The pavilions have doorways with cambered
heads facing west and 2-light pointed windows facing each other. There is
a brick stack on the north side of the roof of the north pavilion. The wall
partly separates the garden of Church House from the adjacent churchyard of
the Church of the Holy Trinity (qv). The wall and pavilions form a prominent
feature on the southern approach into Belbroughton. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SO9193076816
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Source: English Heritage
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