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Description: Elmbank House
Date Listed: 9 December 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 288056
OS Grid Reference: TQ0858366802
OS Grid Coordinates: 508583, 166802
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3899, -0.4408
TQ 06NE SUNBURY-ON-THAMES, FORMER UD WALTON LANE
3/85 Elmbank and Peacock
House, extended and divided. Early C19. Stucco, part incised, with low pitched,
hipped slate roof under tile ridges to front right; parallel plain tiled ranges
to centre and low pitched hipped slate roofs to left. Two storeys with eaves
cornice. Stacks to rear of right hand range, tapering square stacks on rear to
centre valley of parallel roofs and to front left. Taller end stacks on each
gable to front. Peacock House to right - "Gable end" on. Square bay extension
to left gable with arched niche on ground floor. First floor extension to right
jettied with flat ribbed roof and two plate sashes. Glazed pentice roof below
with half-glazed door and window under. Three window range to right with plate
glass sashes on the first floor. Left hand return front of wing - former main
entrance:- two 16-pane glazing-bar sashes to first floor in lugged architrave
surrounds. Projecting flat-roofed ground floor with tripartite sash to right
and casement to left. Door of 6 fielded panels to left of centre in chamfered
architrave surround and with bracketed, modillioned pediment above. Single storey
link to left end with 2 plate sashes to:- Elmbank - Giant order on angle to right.
One small sash to first floor; projecting ground floor below with two plate-glass
sashes and half-glazed, leaded, door in architrave surround; in re-entrant angle
with linking range. Right hand return front:- Two first floor glazing-bar sashes,
three windows below, one tripartite. Rear:- Giant pilaster order, double gable
end and curved link wall to rear of Elmbank which has square bay and angle bay
extensions. Home of Thomas Love Peacock; Poet 1823-1866.
Listing NGR: TQ0858366802
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Source: English Heritage
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