Description: 'old Almshouses'
Date Listed: 11 April 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 308211
OS Grid Reference: SP3302272713
OS Grid Coordinates: 433022, 272713
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3515, -1.5166
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STONELEIGH Village Green
20/333 'Old Almshouses'
Nos 1-10 (consec) The Green
Dated 1594. Range of ten almshouses founded by Sir Thomas and Dame Alice Leigh.
Red sandstone ashlar with steeply pitched plain tile roof with gabled ends.
Plinth. Date stone '1594' with dripmould above. Central door. One storey and
attics. Symmetrical, each doorway has a window on either side and a single
dormer to the left above. Five chamfered stone four-centred doorways and ten
mid-C19 leaded two-light casements in chamfered square openings with oak
lintels. Five gabled dormers with leaded two-light casements. Each doorway
opens into a passage formed by timber framed partitions with plastered panels.
A door on each side gives access to a house of two rooms, one up and one down.
Five tall stone chimney stacks with moulded caps are spaced out equally.
Listing NGR: SP3302272713
Source: English Heritage
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