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Description: Burlington House
Date Listed: 9 January 1976
English Heritage Building ID: 166202
OS Grid Reference: TA1743368199
OS Grid Coordinates: 517433, 468199
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0963, -0.2058
5268 MARTON ROAD
TA 1768 11/225
Formerly the Poor Law Institution. Mid C19. Yellow brick with hipped Welsh slate
roofs. 2 blocks of 1 storey to the front of the forecourt, each has 5 windows
and 1 blocked, hung sashes with glazing bars. Paired brick pilasters at ends.
Main block of 2 storeys with gabled ends with 1 window and 2 flanking lights.
Centre has 5-1-3-1-5 windows, brick voussoirs, glazing bars, the centre 1-3-1 lights
being to a canted section. Square brick porch and round-arched doorway with door
of 4 lights, fanlight. Chimneys in groups of 4 are in the form of piers. Rear
elevation of this block has similar canted section and also a series of arcades
to ground floor. l-storey rear wing with cross wing of 2 storeys of similar design
but with segmental-headed windows and band between storeys. Various later additions
Burlington House forms a group with No 24 Marton Road, which is of local interest.
Listing NGR: TA1743368199
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Source: English Heritage
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