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Description: 1 and 3, Maristow Street
Date Listed: 29 December 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 313132
OS Grid Reference: ST8735651475
OS Grid Coordinates: 387356, 151475
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2623, -2.1826
WESTBURY MARISTOW STREET
Nos I and 3
as No 3)
ST 8751 SW 4/33 29.12.50.
C18 early. 2 storeys, attic and cellar, colourwashed brick, projecting plinth,
moulded stone string just below 1st floor cill level, chamfered stone quoins,
moulded stone eaves cornice, moulded stone surrounds to all windows. All
stone painted. Old tile roof. 2 dormer windows with architrave surrounds,
lead mats. Glazing bar sash windows. 3 windows on 1st floor, 1 window
to right hand on ground floor and central 9-panelled door (the 3 centre panels
glazed with C20 early leaded coloured glass) under painted stone porch, half
an elipse on plan, with 2 slender Doric columns and pilasters on wall face
all with moulded caps and bases on plinths, supporting entablature - architrave,
plain frieze and moulded cornice with lead flat over. 3 moulded stone steps.
No 1 is an extension of slightly later date but similar design to left hand
with old tile roof hipped to left hand. One window on 1st floor. Late C19
shop on ground floor under extensions and left hand bay of main house; recessed
central entrance, continuous fascia, cornice and brackets. With No 5 and
probably No 7 formerly the town residence of the Lopes (Lords of the Manor
1810-1904). Nos 3 and 5 have been oddly divided to allow a 1st floor extension
of 1 window above former coach arch to left of No 5 (of under No 5). Blocked
early to mid C18 window to rear where early C19 staircase now runs.
Listing NGR: ST8735651475
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Source: English Heritage
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