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Date Listed: 24 January 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 190600
OS Grid Reference: SK7240407511
OS Grid Coordinates: 472404, 307511
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6605, -0.9309
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SK 70 NW
School. Mid C19. Puginian gothic style. Well-coursed ironstone rubble with
chamfered plinth, Welsh slate roof with terracotta cresting. Small structure
with single 2-light stone mullioned window with chamfered lintel in south
elevation, and buttressed outshot porch to right, with doorway on inner face
with shouldered lintel. Small quatrefoil window on its outer face. Gathered
chimney between window and outshut. East gable wall has paired squared lights
with chamfered lintels set beneath a heavy two centred arched hoodmould with
round window in its apex. West gable similarly detailed, the round window
having a glazed star. Overhanging eaves.
Listing NGR: SK7240407511
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Source: English Heritage
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