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Description: Grove Hill Mews 37
Date Listed: 4 June 1987
Date Delisted: 19 March 1999
English Heritage Building ID: 168177
OS Grid Reference: TQ5868739095
OS Grid Coordinates: 558687, 139095
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1292, 0.2665
GROVE HILL ROAD
TQ 5839 SE No. 37 (Grove Hill Mews)
Mews building, in process of conversion to housing. Early C19, architect
Decimus Burton and part of the Calverley Park development. One of 2 almost
identical pavilions with slightly later cart storage and living accommodation
behind. Red brick with grey headers but front stuccoed and with slate roofs.
No. 37 has stuccoed front with pediment with oval blank, full height Doric
pilasters and bond between floors. lst-floor had window opening with moulded
architraves to 1st floor and similar blank to ground floor at time of survey.
Left side had loading door to 1st floor. To rear is a 2 storey range, formerly
cart store with accommodation above, of red brick with grey headers. 1st floor
originally had 6 9-paned sashes (2 blocked in at time of survey). Ground
floor had 4 wide double cart doors and narrow cambered entrance and 12 pane
sash in cambered surround. Rear elevation has 5 pilasters, 2 blanks and
central tripartite window. Shallow pitched roof with through purlins and
variation on open strut with subsidiary posts.
Listing NGR: TQ5868739095
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Source: English Heritage
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