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Garden House Including Adjoining Steps and Wall Linking to Double Gatepiers East Side, Hooton Pagnell

Description: Garden House Including Adjoining Steps and Wall Linking to Double Gatepiers East Side

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 April 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 334524

OS Grid Reference: SE4854507806
OS Grid Coordinates: 448545, 407806
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5646, -1.2685

Location: B6422, Hooton Pagnell, Doncaster DN5 7BW

Locality: Hooton Pagnell
County: Doncaster
Country: England
Postcode: DN5 7BW

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Listing Text


11/103 Garden house including
adjoining steps and
wall linking to double
gate piers on east side


Garden house with steps, linking wall and gate piers. Probably built between
1912-23 by Granville Streatfeild for Sarah Julia Warde-Aldam. Red brick and
snecked rubble limestone, Cotswold stone slate roof. Rectangular single-roomed
building with loggia and stack projections. In Arts and Crafts style. Single
storey with undercroft. Entrance front on east side has loggia to left with end
piers and arch-braced posts supporting extension to hipped roof with slated gablits.
Double door within loggia has moulded quoins and Tudor-arched lintel. Plain wall
with hipped roof set back on right has crow-stepped gabled projection facing right
with lateral stack having offset base and quoined shaft with cornice. Left return,
facing south, has brick facade with Tudor-arched doorway on left of 8-light, double-
chamfered, mullioned window with iron casements. Unglazed 2-light window into loggia
on right.

Interior: inglenook fireplace with coving above; exposed rubble walls; heavy-scantling
roof trusses.

Set of steps adjoining right of entrance front sweep down to rear and are bounded
by contemporary garden walls with moulded copings. Wall linked to left of entrance
front terminates at double gate piers having quoins and broad cornices with ball
finials, the shorter inner piers carrying wrought-iron gates with scrolls and floral

Unsigned plan exists in the estate office, dated 1912. Plans of associated garden
structures carry Streatfeild's name and dates 1914-1923.

Listing NGR: SE4854507806

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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