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Date Listed: 1 May 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 288991
OS Grid Reference: SU9971650702
OS Grid Coordinates: 499716, 150702
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2468, -0.5727
SU 95SE GUILDFORD JOSEPH'S ROAD
(South Side) Stoke
1/5/53 Nos 9 and 11
(Formerly listed as
Nos. 7, 9 and 11)
House. C16 and C17, dated 1665 on No. 9. Timber framed, infilled with red-brown
brick, close studded frame on right hand gable with herring-bone brick infilling,
plain tiled roofs above. Central range with two wings projecting towards the
street on the ends, that to right taller. Two storey end wings, one storey and
attics to centre. Corbelled ridge stack to left of centre, two diagonal stacks
on offset flint-rubble plinth to right. Three-bay gabled wing to left with tension
bracing over middle rail on left hand return front. One C20 casement window on each
floor in the gable end,pentice ground floor extension to left partly obscured by
crow-stepped wall. Large gabled dormer to centre range with one window below to
left and right. Hipped hoods placed across the re-entrant angles with the wings.
Taller gable end wing to right with cellar below. One 3-light window on each floor.
Gabled former entrance porch to right hand return front with one small window on
left wall and two windows below. Tile hung gable to right with pentice across the
Listing NGR: SU9971650702
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