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Description: Retaining Walls and Steps in Front of the Vicarage
Date Listed: 18 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 251867
OS Grid Reference: SP3977228784
OS Grid Coordinates: 439772, 228784
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9561, -1.4226
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GREAT TEW NEW ROAD
SP3928 (West side)
12/56 Retaining walls and steps in
front of The Vicarage
Retaining wall and steps. Probably early C19. Marlstone ashlar and limestone.
Wall has moulded coping and a chamfered plinth which is carried up at the base
to small square piers with moulded caps, between which runs a pierced limestone
balustrade in fishscale pattern with a moulded coping. The double flight of
steps is recessed into the centre, the balustrade returning behind it. A central
section of balustrade to the front of the steps ramps downwards to left and
right with the stair. A plainer length of retaining wall, approx. 1m. high, runs
approx. 20m. to left. Included for group value.
Listing NGR: SP3977228784
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Source: English Heritage
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