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Description: 38 and 38a, Drinkhouse Road
Date Listed: 30 January 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 184321
OS Grid Reference: SD4859818270
OS Grid Coordinates: 348598, 418270
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6584, -2.7793
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CROSTON DRINKHOUSE ROAD
SD 42 NE
8/69 Nos. 38 and 38A
House, early C19, altered to make 2 dwellings c.1930. Red brick in Flemish
bond mostly with yellow headers (part repaired), tiled roof with rebuilt
chimney at left gable, in front of ridge. Double-depth plan, each dwelling
now one bay. Two storeys, almost symmetrical; in the centre, coupled
doorways with panelled doors, traceried semi-circular fanlights, and linked
Tuscan architraves of engaged columns with fluted entablatures and
dentilled open pediments (the left door said to be original, the right an
alteration); No. 38 has one 16-pane sashed window with splayed stone head
on each floor, No. 38A has matching windows except the lower which has been
repaired and is now a top-hung casement of 16 panes; in the centre, above
the door to No. 38 is a blind window decorated with a rhombus. Left gable
wall has a tall stairlight in the centre with altered glazing, and to the
rear of this a 24-pane sliding sash window at 1st floor and another to the
attic. Interior altered.
Listing NGR: SD4859818270
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Source: English Heritage
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