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Description: Field House
Date Listed: 25 August 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 236586
OS Grid Reference: NU0648015845
OS Grid Coordinates: 406480, 615845
Latitude/Longitude: 55.4365, -1.8991
NU 0l NE
4/241 Field House
House, formerly Presbyterian Manse. c.1830-40. Squared tooled stone with
tooled-and-margined ashlar dressings; Welsh slate roof. Tudor style. East
elevation 2 storeys, in 2 sections: 3-bay left part has narrow centre recessed
between gabled bays, that to right projecting slightly. Chamfered plinth;
and string linking ground floor hoodmoulds. Central old half-glazed door with
fanlight under 4-centred arch; 12-pane sash window above. Moulded corbels to
eaves. Similar windows in flanking bays, the upper with separate hoodmoulds.
Gables with moulded coping, kneelers and finials. Slender stepped-and-corniced
stack on right return of each gabled bay; larger stack with quadripartite shaft
on roof ridge behind centre. Right return shows narrow 8-pane sashes and
projecting stack. 2-bay right part, set back: chamfered plinth, moulded
corbels to eaves. Extruded porch on left has blocked Tudor-arched doorway,
cornice on moulded corbels and small casement on right return. 12-pane sash
windows, that on ground floor with hoodmould. Coped right gable on moulded
kneelers, with stepped-and-corniced end stack corbelled out. South elevation,
with lower hoodmould string, shows projecting gabled left bay and similar
fenestration. All openings in chamfered surrounds, the windows with slightly-
Interior: doors with 2 rows of 3 upright panels, folding panelled shutters,
moulded cornices; dogleg stair with stick balusters, moulded handrail and
Formerly known as Greenville.
Listing NGR: NU0648015845
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Source: English Heritage
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