Description: Acorn House, Attached Coach House and Walls
Date Listed: 1 February 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 305205
OS Grid Reference: SP0866357212
OS Grid Coordinates: 408663, 257212
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2131, -1.8746
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ALCESTER EVESHAM STREET
SP0857 (North side)
4/47 Acorn House, attached coach
01/02/67 house and walls
(Formerly listed as house
105 yds. SW of Rose and Crown
House. c.1800. Red brick with wood cornice and paired shaped eaves brackets.
Slate hipped roof; brick stacks. Central staircase plan. Neoclassical style. 3
storeys; 3-window range. Central double-leaf flat 6-panelled doors, and fanlight
with decorative glazing. Good wooden doorcase: Greek Doric three-quarter columns
with dosserets and triglyphs and broken pediment with dentils. Sashes. Ground
floor has tripartite windows with raised pediments above central sash, moulded
architraves and sills. Door and windows recessed within round arches. Upper
floors have gauged brick flat arches and stucco sills. Central windows have
moulded wood architraves, on fist floor with cornice and dentils; second floor
has centre-hung sash. Left return side has large 2-storey canted bay. Interior
not inspected. On right, single storey link to coach house has flat 6-panelled
door and trellis porch. Coach house in similar style and materials. 2 storeys;
2-window range. Doors and windows recessed within 2 unequal giant round arches.
On left original coach doors under shallow segmental brick arch, with 16-pane
sash above. Wider opening on right, altered; and window above blocked. Hipped
roof with small louvred lantern and weathervane. Attached brick walls with stone
Listing NGR: SP0866357212
Source: English Heritage
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