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Description: Byrom House and Eastward Extension
Date Listed: 7 April 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 207016
OS Grid Reference: TQ2853875238
OS Grid Coordinates: 528538, 175238
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4615, -0.1511
and eastward extension
TQ 2875 10/6
Circa 1792. Symmetrical. Five windows wide. Three storeys and basement. Stucco.
Flight of steps with quadrant abutments rises to acanthus-columned porch.
Cillband and pediments on consoles to ground floor windows.
Cillband and cornices on consoles to first floor windows, the centre window
pedimented. Crowning dentil cornice and blocking course.
End stacks with anthemion neckings and cornices. Richly-decorated boundary
railing on low plinth.
Circa 1900 extension to east. Five windows wide. Yellow stocks with red brick
bands and dressings, stone lintols and stone entablature over second floor.
Red brick and stone round-arched entrance framed by corbelled hood with 2 storey
canted wooden bow window above.
Listing NGR: TQ2853875238
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Source: English Heritage
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