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Description: Mill House
Date Listed: 20 November 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 272576
OS Grid Reference: SK1926709732
OS Grid Coordinates: 419267, 309732
Latitude/Longitude: 52.6849, -1.7164
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SK 10 NE ELFORD C.P. TAMWORTH ROAD (West side)
7/88 Mill House
House. Mid-C18, with later additions. Red brick; plain tile roof
with raised verges; brick central stack. C18 house has a rectangular
plan main range aligned north-south facing east and rear wing consisting
of 2 parallel ranges aligned east-west, facing west; main range was
extended to the south in the early to mid-C19 to form an L-shaped plan;
the C19 extension also has a low rear wing extension aligned east-west.
2 storeys with dentilled eaves; 3 bays, late C19 casements within C18
surrounds with segmental heads; 6-panelled door to left with bracketed
hood and rectangular overlight containing decorative iron glazing bars.
C19 painted brick extension to the left; 2 storeys; 2 bays, casements
with segmental heads. West elevation: twin-gabled main house of 2
storeys and 3 windows, glazing bar casements with gauged brick heads and
raised keystones. C19 extension to the right with scattered fenestration
and single-storey gabled extension wing. Interior: dog-leg staircase
with turned balusters, ramped and wreathes hand rail and carved open
string; the rear wing contains a single ground-floor room with fireplace
flanked by round-headed niches with-raised keys, dentilled cornice
with egg and dart moulding over the niches; large wall panelling to
north and south walls. Formerly the house of the owner of Elford Mill
and at one time inhabited by the late C18 novelist Robert Bage.
Listing NGR: SK1926709732
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Source: English Heritage
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