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Date Listed: 15 May 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 175647
OS Grid Reference: TR1562236217
OS Grid Coordinates: 615622, 136217
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0847, 1.0773
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TR 13 NE SALTWOOD RECTORY LANE
(South East Side)
House. 1923 by Baillie Scott and Bereford for William Webster. Grey
red brick in stretcher boud. First floor of wing tile-hung. Plain
tile roof. North facing with wing running north from east end.
Slightly - projecting 2 storey lean to containing stairs in re-entrant
angle. 2 Storeys. Hipped roof to main range front slope continued
down over lean-to. Wing roof hipped to front, with lower ridge. Brick
ridge stack towards front end of wing and another towards left end of
main range. Projecting brick gable-end stack to right. Irregular
fenestration of 2 casements to first-floor of wing, one mullioned
frieze window of 5 leaded lights under eaves of stair-well lean-to and
one small 2 light mullioned window under eaves above door. No first-
floor windows to right end, but one 3 light ground-floor casement. Two
very small lights towards base of lean-to. Left end of lean-to extends
forward along wall of wing into narrow single-storey lean-to with a 2
light mullioned window. Round-headed doorway to right of stair-well
lean-to, in later C20 lean-to brick porch the roof of which extends to
eaves of main range but is horizontal under the mill of the 1923 two-
light mullioned windows. Interior not inspected. Formerly known as
Kintail Manor, originally known as Trunds.
(James Kornwolf, M H Baillie Scott and the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1972)
Listing NGR: TR1562236217
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