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Description: Ebbisham House
Date Listed: 10 April 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 290656
OS Grid Reference: TQ2133360425
OS Grid Coordinates: 521333, 160425
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3300, -0.2598
TQ 2160 30/28 10.4.54.
Early C18 brick house built entirely in yellow stocks. Three storeys,
five windows, with three further windows to right, band. Modern sashes
ground and first floor, original ones to 2nd flow. Fine central rusticated
door surround with pilasters, triglyph frieze and pediment with mutules.
Six panel door. Brick modillioned cornice, capped parapet. C18 wrought
Interior. Panelled hall with high Palladian stone chimneypiece; contemporary
staircase with grouped turned and twisted balusters, cut strings with
brackets; wainscotted to dado level opposite balustrade. South ground
floor room, once two, with panelling and marble fireplace surround with
fluted keystone and C18 wood mantelpiece. Panelled landing and 1st 1st
floor drawing room which also has two similar mantelpieces, another panelled
room on this floor, and another to top floor.
Listing NGR: TQ2133360425
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Source: English Heritage
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