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Description: Barton Mead and Attached Wall
Date Listed: 4 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 234796
OS Grid Reference: SP6798453910
OS Grid Coordinates: 467984, 253910
Latitude/Longitude: 52.1793, -1.0072
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PATTISHALL THE CLOSE
SP65SE (South side)
7/165 Barton Mead and attached wall
House. Early C17, extended 1674 and altered C19 and 1926. Coursed limestone
rubble, slate roof, brick ridge and end stacks. 4-unit plan. 2 storeys and
attic; 5-window range. Main front to garden has old studded plank door to left
of centre with chamfered wood surround, moulded stone lintel and hood mould.
Irregular glazing of 2- and 3.-light casement windows with wood lintels,
single-storey bay window and 2-stormy bay window to far right of 1926, Central
datestone below eaves inscribed 1674. Right gable end has 2-light ovolo-moulded
window with hood mould and two panels above framed by another hood mould, one
with worn inscription with names John Barton and Richard Barton. 2-light
ovolo-moulded window to gable above with round-arched light and small leaded
crown glass panes, Plinth, quoins and hollow-chamfered stone eaves. Wall
approximately 3 metres high extends, from right end of house and forms boundary
wall of garden along the close and Gayton Road. Interior has stop-chamfered
spine bears. Stone fireplace with moulded Tudor-arched head. Smaller stone
fireplace in upstairs room with moulded jambs and lintel, Open kitchen fireplace
with chamfered bressumer. Fitted cupboard with semi-domed head, fluted pilasters
end shaped shelves
Listing NGR: SP6798453910
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Source: English Heritage
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