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Description: Moor Side House
Date Listed: 9 March 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 183846
OS Grid Reference: SD7602231498
OS Grid Coordinates: 376022, 431498
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7793, -2.3653
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ALTHAM BURNLEY ROAD
SD 73 SE
3/43 Moor Side House
House, c.1830. Scored stucco with quoins (painted white), moulded
gutter cornice, stone slate roof with gable chimneys and copings.
Double pile 3-bay plan, with service wing to rear of 1st bay. Two
storeys, symmetrical, in Perpendicular Gothic style: Tudor-arched
doorway with hoodmould, large 4-light stone mullion windows also
with hoodmoulds. Right return wall has one similar 3-light window
on each floor, rear has large Tudor-arched stairlight with glazing
bars (radiating in the head), and some sashed windows also with
glazing bars. Interior: stone staircase with iron twist balusters;
moulded plaster ceiling frieze and alcove in drawing roam; original
door furnishings, (panels of one door decorated with paintings of
flowers possibly by Lydia Becker). History: built by Hannibal Leigh
Becker, chemical manufacturer; early home of Lydia Becker, pioneer
of Women's Suffrage Movement botanist and painter.
Listing NGR: SD7602231498
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Source: English Heritage
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