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Description: Pardes House School
Date Listed: 9 August 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 198864
OS Grid Reference: TQ2720489432
OS Grid Coordinates: 527204, 189432
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5894, -0.1652
5004 EAST END ROAD
(Pardes House School)
(Formerly listed as Holy
TQ 2789 23/7 9.8.73 Trinity Church of England
Circa 1847, by Anthony Salvin (dated on bellcote). Modest building in a style
prophetic of the Arts and Crafts movement. One storey, 3 bay range has slightly
projecting centre with high gable terminating in bellcote and short, 2 storey
projecting gabled side wings. These have one storey set back outer extensions. Red
brick. High pitched roofs of large slates. Two later dormers. End chimneys and one
diagonal chimney, an asymmetrical touch, at left angle of centrepiece. Small paned
casements or sashes under segmental arches and with sloped tiled sills. In centre
2 tall windows and an unglazed, stone framed light above. Moulded stone copings to
gables. In inner angles of wings, 2 square gabled porches, with stone tudor-arched
entrances, marked GIRLS and BOYS.
Listing NGR: TQ2720489432
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Source: English Heritage
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