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Churchfield, Birmingham

Description: Churchfield

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 July 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 216914

OS Grid Reference: SP0548384969
OS Grid Coordinates: 405483, 284969
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4626, -1.9207

Location: 13 B4217, Birmingham B15 3SR

Locality: Birmingham
County: Birmingham
Country: England
Postcode: B15 3SR

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Listing Text

Edgbaston B15
No 12
SF 0584 NW 48/2
A substantial circa 1830-40 Grecian villa. Two storeys stucco faced with 3
bay symmetrical front and a recessed service wing to north-west, screened
by curved wall linking the coach house. Plinth; quoin pilasters and shallow
centre break in same plane; moulded cornice end parapet advanced over centre.
Hipped slate roof with corniced chimneys. The ground floor has channelled
rustication carried over tripartite stucco bow window with cornices and blocking
courses. Three sash windows on lst floor with late C19 sashes. Large porch
of coupled, plain shaft Doric columns and deep entablature. Double, panelled
door with rectangular fanlight. The south-east garden elevation is of 4 bays,
2 close set to central shallow break. Ground floor rusticated as on front
With 3 French windows, screened by a circa 1870 cast iron verandah: slender
column standards with pierced work to spandrels, Green key band and swept
tent roof. Plain 3 bay rear elevation with centre break and rusticated ground
floor. Tripartite centre windows, panelled risers to ground floor window.

Listing NGR: SP0548384969

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Source: English Heritage

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