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Description: Nos 126 to 128 (Consecutive) and Railings to Nos 126 and 127
Date Listed: 14 June 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 314778
OS Grid Reference: ST7990260930
OS Grid Coordinates: 379902, 160930
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3471, -2.2899
ST 76 SE WINSLEY WINSLEY VILLAGE
3/330 Nos 126 to 128 (consec) and
railings to Nos 126 and 127
Row of three houses, late C18 to early C19, No 128 dated 1814.
Ashlar-fronted, not matching. No 126 is of two storeys and attic
with concrete-tiled mansard roof and end stacks, double fronted
with band, two 3-light cyma-moulded flush mullion windows each
floor, centre door with hood on brackets and blank window over in
raised moulded frame. Two flat dormers. Outside stack on north
end. Rear gable. No 127, to right, is two-storey with Bridgwater
tile roof, north stack and paired sashes to centre of each floor.
Door to right with hood on brackets. No 126 has C19 glazed timber
porch with some coloured glass extending out to link with early C19
spearhead iron gate with panelled stone piers. Similar iron
railings each side extending past No 127 to panelled stone end
pier. No 128, to right, has formal three-storey 3-window front of
16-pane sashes with dripcourses and centre 6-panel door under hood
on brackets. Bridgwater tile roof, coped gables and end stacks.
Two-storey, one window lean-to on south end. Said to have been
built by Ambrose Heal. No 126 is said to have been built for Broad
family in C18.
Listing NGR: ST7990260930
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Source: English Heritage
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