Description: The Bungalow
Date Listed: 17 November 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 280381
OS Grid Reference: TM1332178075
OS Grid Coordinates: 613321, 278075
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3592, 1.1314
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STUSTON BROME ROAD (WEST SIDE)
TM 17 NW
2/92 The Bungalow
House, probably built as a turnpike keeper's cottage. Early C19. Clay lump.
Plastered. Monopitch glazed pantiled roof. 1 storey and attic. 5 bay
Gothick facade, 1:3:1 breaking forward to centre. Central pointed arched
boarded door with a hollow moulded surround. Above door a small attic light
with a cusped head. Flanking and far left bays have metal glazing bar
casements with traceried pointed arched heads. To far right a 4 fielded
panelled door with a Gothick fanlight. Offset plinth. Boarded parapet,
taller to centre. Steep roof slopes to rear with a central white brick stack,
entrance to rear. C20 lean-to addition to left end with a stack. Interior
Listing NGR: TM1332178075
Source: English Heritage
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