Description: Dower House
Date Listed: 9 March 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 254886
OS Grid Reference: SO7559588250
OS Grid Coordinates: 375595, 288250
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4916, -2.3609
1954 QUATT MALVERN
SO 78 NE 29/42 9.3.70.
Queen Anne. Red brick; stone plinth; moulded band; rusticated quoins.
2 storeys; 9 sash windows, some being recessed panels painted with imitation
glazing bars. The two doorways are a striking feature having fluted Ionic
pilasters, pediments broken in centre with raised scrolls and rectangular
fanlights with small square panes. Said originally to have had 5 bays,
the house was evidently divided into two dwellings and the second doorway
transferred from the back to the front. On either side of the windows
above each doorway are vertical stone bands carved with a most interesting
key-pattern and rosettes; hipped tiled roof with modillion eaves cornice
and 2 dormers with similar treatment and fitted with C19 round headed
St Andrew's Church, Dower House, Nos 29 and 30 and Vicarage form a group
Listing NGR: SO7559588250
Source: English Heritage
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