Description: Elm House
Date Listed: 25 January 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 246308
OS Grid Reference: SU7608883046
OS Grid Coordinates: 476088, 183046
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5412, -0.9042
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5355 NORTHFIELD END
No 4 (Elm House). Ruperts Elm.
SU 7683 8/110 25.1.51.
C17/C18. Originally the Bell Inn, important as a coaching inn in the C18 and early C19, later Royal Grammar School, now 3 houses. Stucco facade with wide central pediment, moulded bracketed wooden cornice carried across , and over, pediment. Old tiled roof and 4, symmetrically placed chimneys. 2 storeys and lunette in pediment. 16 windows with C17 frames and C18 sashes, glazing bars except to lower half of visible ground floor windows. Central 3 light window over portico with central light forming door to balcony, which has plain iron railing. Portico, late C18 with fluted pilasters: flanking door and outer Doric fluted pillars supporting entablature with flat bracketed cornice. The 3 doors are modern.
Listing NGR: SU7608883046
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