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Description: Peak House
Date Listed: 15 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 274788
OS Grid Reference: SK0149746639
OS Grid Coordinates: 401497, 346639
Latitude/Longitude: 53.0171, -1.9791
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KINGSLEY C.P. HOLT LANE
SK 04 NW
- Peak House
Former rectory. 1870s. Red brick with modelled band at first-floor
level; hipped and gabled steeply-pitched tiled roof on moulded eaves
band; modelled ridge stacks. 2-storey, 3-window asymmetrical front;
2-, 2-, one-light stone-dressed trefoil-headed windows, gabletted
over outer ones on first floor, hipped bay to ground floor left, and
with 2-storey gabled (with stone-dressed verge parapets) porch projection
to right of centre; trefoil to apex and deeply-moulded pilastered Tudor-
arch entrance, flanked by diagonal buttresses; part-glazed inset door.
Listing NGR: SK0149746639
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Source: English Heritage
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