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Description: Princess House (Formerly Colne Hall)
Date Listed: 29 January 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 186245
OS Grid Reference: SD8860440020
OS Grid Coordinates: 388604, 440020
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8563, -2.1747
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SD 84 SE COLNE LINDEN ROAD
7/95 Princess House
(formerly Colne Hall)
House. 1867. Stone, steep slate roof. Stone coping. 2 storeys. (Gothic revival).
Gabled wing to left has one 5-light bay window with pointed arch-headed lights.
Dentilled parapet with moulded, stepped coping. One 3-light sash window in
1st floor within 2-centre arched head. Plate tracery in arch with octofoil. To
right one 3-light sash window with pointed arched heads in segmental relieving
arch. 1st floor: two 2-light sash windows with flat heads but tympana pierced
with quatrefoils. Twin gablets above. Circular recessed decoration in all
gables. Windows have granite pillars in front of mullions with water-leaf
capitals. Moulded dripstones with carved stops. Parapeted porch in angle with
wing, with trilobe arches on granite pillars. Circular motif repeated in balus-
trade. Oriel window in south elevation with three 2-centre arch headed lights.
Interior features include dog-leg staircase with wrought iron balusters. Moulded archway in entrance
porch, moulded ceiling and stained glass skylight.
Listing NGR: SD8860440020
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Source: English Heritage
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