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Description: Pembury Grange
Date Listed: 25 May 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 168172
OS Grid Reference: TQ6106940856
OS Grid Coordinates: 561069, 140856
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1443, 0.3013
TQ 64 SW 13/7
Built in 1869. Architect George Devey for Neville Ward - whose father laid out the
Calverley Park estate. A large asymmetrical house in Tudor style of 2 storeys and
attics. Front elevation has a ground floor of red brick with black diaper brick pattern.
4 gables with decorative bargeboards. Upper floors are tile hung on half timbered
roughcast on brick with diaper pattern. 5 altered windows. Terracotta date plaque.
Wooden porch with coved cornice supported on 6 piers. 1 storey red brick diaper
patterned kitchen wing to left with protruding half-conical bread oven. Tiled roof
with clustered chimney stacks. Rear elevation includes a one storey service wing
masked by a red brick wall on the garden side incorporating a recessed garden seat.
The interior has fittings of the period, a wooden staircase with turned balusters
later C19 wooden fire places with half columns and tiled surrounds some dado panelling
and 8 panelled doors.
Listing NGR: TQ5910539794
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Source: English Heritage
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