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Description: Chindit House
Date Listed: 15 March 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 266012
OS Grid Reference: ST5020639227
OS Grid Coordinates: 350206, 139227
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1501, -2.7133
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ST 5039 6/190
Dated 1903. Small house with rich Gothic details, built by a local builder called
John Merrick for his own use. Asymmetrical front. 2 storeys. Ashlar. Slate
roof, bargeboards. Eaves cornice with paterae. Stringcourse. Plinth. Bay through
both storeys to left, small rectangular openings in curved splays. 2 brick chimneys
set at 45% rise from the top of the bay. Small oculus and carved panel with 1903
intertwined with the initials J M. Small oriel on 1st floor to right with rich
Gothic foliage. Cornices with paterae. 3 windows with foiled heads. One pair
of pointed lights on ground floor to right with decorated spandrels, another pair
on 1st floor over doorway. Central doorway with elongated open pediment supported
by columns with foliated capitals. 5-panel door with fanlight and small side-lights.
Listing NGR: ST5020639227
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Source: English Heritage
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