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1, Newton Grove, Ealing

Description: 1, Newton Grove

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 September 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 201113

OS Grid Reference: TQ2110778914
OS Grid Coordinates: 521107, 178914
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4962, -0.2568

Location: 1 Newton Grove, Ealing, Greater London W4 1LB

Locality: Ealing
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: W4 1LB

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Listing Text

The following building shall be added:
TQ 2178 NW
Bedford Park
9/26 No 1
House. 1880, by E J May for Captain King. Brick with rendered (originally
tile-hung) first floor; hipped plain tile roof; brick lateral stacks. Double-
depth plan with central hall and stairhall. Domestic Revival style. 2 storeys;
3-window range. Vase balusters to lean-to porch set in front of 6-panelled door
to right of centre. Latticed lights to all windows: one-light window with cut
brick apron to right, moulded wood cornice over 3-light transomed window with
cut brick apron to left; 2-light transomed window to first floor on right;
2-storey canted bay window to left; lateral stack adjoins 4-light flat-roofed
dormer window with tile-hung walling. Similar fenestration to other asymmet-
rical elevations, with diagonally-set stack set in centre of 4-light dormer
window to left side return and French windows to right side return which has had
balustrade to balcony replaced. Interior: Moulded wood architraves to windows
and bolection-panelled doors, the latter having pulvinated friezes and floating
cornices to hall and landing; dog-leg stairs with turned balusters; moulded
plaster cornices to all rooms; good-quality stained glass to dining room (left),
morning-and-drawing room (right) hall and stairhall includes roundels of Queen
Anne, Duke of Marlborough and Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, in hall and 'sun
and moon' portrait in half-landing window; two original fireplaces with eared
architraves and Delft-tile surrounds to first floor. Included as a good example
of an early Domestic Revival interior.

Listing NGR: TQ2110778914

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Source: English Heritage

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