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Description: High View
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 337135
OS Grid Reference: SE1830240412
OS Grid Coordinates: 418302, 440412
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8596, -1.7232
5111 STATION ROAD
SE 1840 14/1053
Originally 2 cottages, part of the Esholt Estate. A late C18 or early C19
rebuild of a C17 building. Two-storeys, sandstone "brick", retaining a gable
end retaining wall of a demolished early C18 building. Stone slate roof, tall
corniced chimney on west gable. Three light square mullion windows to left
hand, 2 light to right, one now a single casement, all in squared surrounds.
Squared jamb broad framed doorways to centre. The rear elevation on the ground
floor has 3 small single light windows, one of which is corbelled round and
chamfered, and similar windows now blocked. On the first floor 5 unaltered
C17 windows with splayed reveals and one chamfered mullion; also an altered
former 3 light square mullion window. The gable end of the demolished late
C17 or early C18 house retains chimney breast with fireplace with semi-rounded
chamfered lintel on corbels, now walled up. This gable end has a small single
light window at ground floor level.
Listing NGR: SE1830240412
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Source: English Heritage
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