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Description: Buckwood Grange
Date Listed: 12 April 1978
English Heritage Building ID: 296697
OS Grid Reference: TQ4668521580
OS Grid Coordinates: 546685, 121580
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9750, 0.0880
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UCKFIELD CHURCH STREET
(formerly listed as
TQ 4621 42/847 12.4.78
Now a private school. Formerly the home of the Streatfield family who were
responsible for various local venefactions. Built by Sydney Smirke in 1838
in Tudor style. Asymmetrical building of two storeys and attic. Red brick,
with some diaper patterns on ground floor. Long and short quoins, window
dressings and plinth, all of stone. Clustered brick chimney pots. Front
elevation has a projecting portion of two storeys and attics with gable surmounted
by ball finials. Oriel window to first floor. Four-centred stone archway with
hood moulding. The part set back has a pierced panel with stone coping, moulded
eaves cornice, part stringcourse and mullioned and transomed windows. The right
side has two shaped gables and blank cartouches.
Listing NGR: TQ4668521580
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Source: English Heritage
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