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Latitude: 53.2259 / 53°13'33"N
Longitude: -1.6248 / 1°37'29"W
OS Eastings: 425142
OS Northings: 369943
OS Grid: SK251699
Mapcode National: GBR 57N.Q10
Mapcode Global: WHCD8.05JR
Entry Name: House West of Park View Occupied by Mr Hubbuck
Listing Date: 12 July 1967
Last Amended: 19 June 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1088157
English Heritage Legacy ID: 81684
Location: Edensor, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, DE45
District: Derbyshire Dales
Civil Parish: Edensor
Traditional County: Derbyshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire
Church of England Parish: Edensor St Peter
Church of England Diocese: Derby
PARISH OF EDENSOR THE GREEN
12.7.67 (South Side)
House West of Park View
Occupied by Mr Hubbuck
(formerly listed as
House North of Post
Reputed to have been an inn, now a house. Early C18,
extensively remodelled c1830-40, probably by Paxton and
Robertson. Rubblestone to rear, small blocks of coursed
sandstone to front, with ashlar dressings and raised quoins.
Dramatically overhanging Swiss Chalet style Welsh slate roof,
supported on massive paired wooden brackets. Pair of ashlar
gable stacks. Three storeys. Chamfered plinth. Symmetrical
north elevation of two bays. Central doorway with stepped,
eared architrave and panelled door. Flanked by square windows
with bead moulded ashlar surrounds with sills on paired
brackets. Cross casements with round-arched glazing bars.
Broad timber porch, open to north, and with splat baluster
balustrade above. Tall first floor doorway with moulded
architrave and segmental pediment. Panelled door. Flanked by
2-light windows with bead moulded surrounds and square section
mullions. Slab hoodmoulds on paired moulded brackets.
Round-arched glazing bars. Two similar but smaller windows
above again. The west gable end has two round-arched windows to
ground floor with sills on square brackets and impost blocks.
Tall decorative rectangular panels above and decorative
corbelling to the base of the stack. Window to right with
panelled jambs and bracketed slab hoodmould. Triplet of
round-arched windows above. The rear elevation has a
traditional tall staircase window. Inside is an early C18 splat
baluster dogleg staircase rising through three storeys.
Remodelled as part of the picturesque model village by Paxton
for the Sixth Duke of Devonshire. Sources: G F Chadwick The
Works of Joseph Paxton, Architectural Press 1961.
Listing NGR: SK2514269943
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