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25, Bole Hill, Treeton

Description: 25, Bole Hill

Grade: II
Date Listed: 29 March 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 335723

OS Grid Reference: SK4353988369
OS Grid Coordinates: 443539, 388369
Latitude/Longitude: 53.3904, -1.3468

Location: 44 Bole Hill, Treeton, Rotherham S60 5RA

Locality: Treeton
County: Rotherham
Country: England
Postcode: S60 5RA

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Listing Text

(north-west side)
7/87 No 25 (formerly
listed as Nos 25
29.2.68 and 27)

- ' GA ' II
House. Date and initials 1655 recut on door keystone, later addition to right.
Irregularly-coursed, dressed, red sandstone; stone slate roof, Welsh slate to
addition, C20 cement tiles to rear. 2 storeys, 2 windows to 1st floor of main
range, single-bay addition. Main range has single-storey wing to rear centre and
outshut to rear right. Main range: large quoins, chamfered plinth. Central
doorway with C20 door in altered, quoined surround; lintel with heightened soffit
and projecting keystone. All windows with C20 casements, stone mullions removed.
To left of door a 2-light casement with pediment. Similar window to right of door
flanked by small inserted lights. Above door, and now partly obscured by eaves,
a miniature canted oriel-bay-window with 3 glazed lights. 1st floor lit by 2 full
dormers each with central bracket beneath moulded sill, bolection-moulded surround
and pediment beneath Dutch gable. Chamfered gable copings to left. Rebuilt central
stack incorporates part of original circular ashlar flue. Added block to right has
quoins to right and renewed casements; taller eaves and ridge. Left return: double-
chamfered window to ground floor with hoodmould; similar window to 1st floor with

Listing NGR: SK4353988369

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Source: English Heritage

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