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Park View, Dairy House and Adjoining Dairy, Woolverstone

Description: Park View, Dairy House and Adjoining Dairy

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 July 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 277320

OS Grid Reference: TM1890938490
OS Grid Coordinates: 618909, 238490
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0017, 1.1878

Location: B1456, Woolverstone, Suffolk IP9 1AU

Locality: Woolverstone
Local Authority: Babergh District Council
County: Suffolk
Country: England
Postcode: IP9 1AU

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Listing Text

7/41 Park View, Dairy House
- and adjoining dairy
- II
Pair of houses and dairy. 1870 on datestone, for Berners estate. Red brick
with white brick and ashlar dressings. Mock timber-framing to houses. Plain
tile roofs, bands of fishscale tiles to dairy. Domestic revival style. Houses:
2 storeys, 2-bay centre range with projecting cross wings. Entrances to cross
wings in angle with front. Square bays with casement windows under pent porch.
Hipped half dormers above. To cross wings square bays with 4-light mullion
windows. Mock timber-framing and mullion windows above. Bargeboards to gables.
Small-paned casement windows throughout. Tall polygonal stacks. Present
entrances to rear, porch to left cottage with datestone. Adjoining to right
a timber loggia under tiled roof linking with dairy. Dairy: Single storey.
Gabled cross range with stack to left with polygonal-ended range to right. Half
glazed door with linenfold panelling under timber porch to front gable. Rustic
timber veranda on knapped flint base to polygonal range. Mullion windows, those
to polygonal room with shouldered lights. Crested roof. Interior retains
original decorative scheme with tiled floors, dados and other details. Original
doors. Polygonal room have tiled walls, painted decoration and central
octagonal marble table.

Listing NGR: TM1891038490

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Source: English Heritage

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