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Description: 116 and 118, Greenfield Road B17
Date Listed: 25 April 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 217173
OS Grid Reference: SP0370684428
OS Grid Coordinates: 403706, 284428
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4578, -1.9469
Nos 116 and 118
SP 08 SW 11/19 25.4.52
Late C18 remodelled in the early C19. Stucco; 2 storeys. No 116 the left hand part
late C19 set back and lower than the right hand part which is under the same roof as
part of No 118. Ground floor with altered central reeded doorcase within a modern
porch and 2 windows with Tudor hoodmoulds. First floor with 3 casement windows without
hoodmoulds. Bargeboarded eaves. No 118 3 bays, the outside ones gabled, plus an
extra bay on the left which is under the same roof as part of No 116, ground and
first floor windows tripartite casements with Tudor hoodmoulds except on the right
where a canted bay window runs through both storeys but is smaller on the first floor
than on the ground floor. Bargeboarded eaves. Entrance now within a porch on the
right hand return but was originally that in a reeded doorcase with flat moulded hood
in what is now the back of the house. The home of David Cox (1783-1859), the painter,
from 1841 until his death.
Listing NGR: SP0370684428
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