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Hill House, Bristol

Description: Hill House

Grade: II*
Date Listed: 24 April 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 28789

OS Grid Reference: ST6570576050
OS Grid Coordinates: 365705, 176050
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4824, -2.4952

Location: Haythorn Court, Bristol BS16 5QW

Locality: Bristol
County: South Gloucestershire
Country: England
Postcode: BS16 5QW

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Listing Text

No 91
(Hill House)
ST 6576 8/187 24.4.51.
Said to date from circa 1700, but probably built for Edward Andrews circa 1743
(died 1793). Ashlar with hipped slate roof, good symmetrical 3 storey frontage.
Five windows, central porch. Windows are sashes with glazing bars, in moulded
architraves, panelled apron under each. Centre window over door has semi-circular-headed
with keystone and Ionic flanking pilasters carrying triangular pediment. Window
above has Corinthian flanking pilasters and segmental pediment. "Solid" porch
with Roman Doric pilasters carrying flat entablature with blocking course,
triglyph frieze. Square headed architrave door opening. Channelled end pilasters,
moulded string course at first and second floor levels, moulded cornice, plain
parapet with coping. Garden front plainer with one arched window in centre
of first floor, hipped slate roof. Two storey, 3 window early C19 wing to
south, glazing bar sashes in reveals, moulded panels between floors. Plain
first floor band, astragal cornice, parapet. South elevation has blind asticulation,
ground floor arcaded.
Interior: good staircase and panelled ground floor rooms, raised and fielded
panels to shutters of earlier part, fielded panels to shutters of later part.

Listing NGR: ST6570576050

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Source: English Heritage

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