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Description: Launde House
Date Listed: 19 February 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 193095
OS Grid Reference: SK9837743835
OS Grid Coordinates: 498377, 343835
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9828, -0.5361
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SK 94 SE ANCASTER MAIN STREET
6/4 Launde House
House: early C18 with C19 additions; Ashlar with stone coped gables
and moulded stacks, pantiled roof. Two storey with attics, plinth,
first floor sill band and moulded stone cornice. Five bay front with
central four panelled C19 door with plain overlight, having moulded
stone surround with engaged Tuscan ¾ columns with plain hood and
acroterion ornaments. Flanked by mid C19 single splayed bay windows
with 3 plain sashes, having lead hipped roofs. Above a central recessed
blank panel with moulded surround containing delicate carved floral
ornament in a classical manner, flanked by two C19 divided sash windows
in C18 moulded stone surrounds. Single C19 gabled dormer window above.
Listing NGR: SK9837743835
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Source: English Heritage
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