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The Pastures, North Luffenham

Description: The Pastures

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 29 June 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 187043

OS Grid Reference: SK9310303405
OS Grid Coordinates: 493103, 303405
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6204, -0.6261

Location: Glebe Road, North Luffenham, Rutland LE15 8JU

Locality: North Luffenham
County: Rutland
Country: England
Postcode: LE15 8JU

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Listing Text

SK 90 SW GLEBE ROAD (North Side)

6/203 Nos. 10 and 10A (The Pastures)


House, now 2 dwellings. 1901 and 1909. By C.F.A. Voysey for Miss G. Conant.
Roughcast rendered brick with buttresses, stone dressings and Collyweston
slate roof with buff ridge tiles. Squared stone ridge, end and side stacks
with moulded stone cornices and mostly with original chimney pots., L
plan house, 1½ and 2 storeys of leaded-light stone mullion windows with
1 and 1½ storey stableblock wing forming a 3rd side, the whole being
U plan. Entrance on inner left side. Gabled 2 storey porch-like projection
with door, leaded canopy hung on iron stanchion, bull's eye window to
right and 3-light over. On short sides further 2 and 1-light windows.
To left of projection a gable with 3-light, 2-light and 2-light over.
To right 2 2-lights both floors. On facing side 3 2-lights both floors,
and on right end a staircase and bell tower with 2 : 4 : 2-light bay
lighting staircase surmounted by clock face and gabled bellcote projection
supported on stone corbels. Bell within. On these 2 sides a 1st floor
tile ledge band. Garden front towards road an irregular composition with
2 3-lights, a 2-light mullion and transom window, and open rounded arch
leading to porch with glazed door and 2-light within. Over are 2 3-light
dormers and to right a gable with 1-light and 2 storey square bay, 4
: 4 : 4-lights, this the extension of 1909. Paddocks front of 3, 4, 3,
2, 2-light windows with 3 similar wooden framed dormers over, the centre
one either side a stack. To right a gable with a 1-light both floors
and a 2 storey bay, 1 : 3 : 1-lights. On left end of this front a 1 storey
wing with 3 1-lights and a 2-light window, and extending from its left
end a brick wall c2½m high with stone coped pier on end and round-arched
doorway with tile lintel and original door and hinges. On right side
and extending from house the stable block range with double and single
doors, some part-glazed, a 2 and a 3-light window, ridge stack, and
timbered gable to right with loft door. Original ornamental iron gutters
throughout. The house interior is little altered with slate flagged
hall, the original staircases, the principal with bronze statuette
on newel, doors with original locks and keys, and windows with original
fittings. Simpson, D., C.F.A. Voysey, London, 1979, p.89, 150 and pl.36.

Listing NGR: SK9310303405

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Source: English Heritage

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