Description: Cousen Place
Date Listed: 4 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 336330
OS Grid Reference: SE1454431674
OS Grid Coordinates: 414544, 431674
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7812, -1.7808
5111 COUSEN ROAD
4.9.52 Nos 1 to 11 (odd) and No 15
- No 13 (Cousen Place)
SE 1431 NE 51/55
Mid C17 row of small houses with some later additions. No 11 projecting as gabled
wing to right hand; back to back in part due to later sub-division. Low, irregular,
2-storey elevations, roughly coursed gritstone and sandstone "bricks". Stone slate
roofs, corniced chimneys of varying height. The fronts of Nos 3 and 5 rendered.
No 7 originally 2 cottages. No 1 has saddlestones to gable ends with shaped
kneelers; 4 light square mullion circa 1800 windows to both floors, plain doorway.
Nos 3 and 5 have 5 light chamfered mullion splayed reveal windows to both floors
and 2 light similar to right hand of No 5. No 7 has C19 windows and door surround
but retains blocked doorway with 4 central chamfered arch and heavy shaped lintel
inscribed "S over W E, 1657". The projecting gabled wing of No 11 has large quoins
and shaped finial to the saddlestone. Blocked 5 light chamfered mullion first floor
window and 3 light square mullion one on ground floor. Chamfered door surround.
No 15, situated to rear of No 5, as broad gabled wing, has unusually large window
of 6 chamfered mullion lights with drip mould on the ground floor and in first floor
group of 3 windows under common drip mould, chamfered mullions, the centre 3 lights
replaced by plate glass.
Listing NGR: SE1454431674
Source: English Heritage
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