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No. 32 (Incorporating No.33) (The Deanery) and N0.34 (Garth Cottage), and Wall Attached

A Grade II Listed Building in Staindrop, County Durham

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.5799 / 54°34'47"N

Longitude: -1.8069 / 1°48'24"W

OS Eastings: 412580

OS Northings: 520535

OS Grid: NZ125205

Mapcode National: GBR HHTH.M0

Mapcode Global: WHC5L.64VV

Entry Name: No. 32 (Incorporating No.33) (The Deanery) and N0.34 (Garth Cottage), and Wall Attached

Listing Date: 14 September 1966

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1160866

English Heritage Legacy ID: 111555

Location: Staindrop, County Durham, DL2

County: County Durham

Civil Parish: Staindrop

Built-Up Area: Staindrop

Traditional County: Durham

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): County Durham

Church of England Parish: Staindrop

Church of England Diocese: Durham

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Listing Text

STAINDROP SOUTH GREEN
NZ 1220
(South side)
17/190
No. 32
14/9/66 (incorporating No.
33) (The Deanery)
and No. 34 (Garth
Cottage), and wall
attached

GV II

House and laundry, now 2 separate dwellings, with wall attached. C17 and C18.
Main building painted render, wing and wall coursed rubble, with ashlar
dressings; roofs of concrete tiles with stone gable copings and brick and
ashlar chimneys; rear wing coursed squared sandstone with ashlar plinth, quoins
and dressings and roof of graduated stone flags. Front range 3 builds, with rear
wing to central-build. First build at left 2 low storeys, 3 bays; next 2 higher
storeys, 3 bays; at right one high storey, 6 bays, with wall attached; 12 bays
in all. First build has 3-light horizontal sliding sashes in first two bays
and 2-light casements, the upper in plain stone surround, in third. Central
build has 6-panel door in pedimented architrave with pulvinated frieze between
first and second bays, flanked by small inserted sashes; 2 plain sashes above
with projecting stone sills; full-height inserted canted bay window at right.

Right-wing has 4-panel door in plain stone surround in first bay; high blocked
carriage arch with keyed round head on wide pilasters with impost blocks in
second; keyed vertical elliptical panel over door and late C19 sash in blocked
arch; varied C20 windows and flat-topped half dormer inserted in remaining 4
bays. Roof has swept eaves on first build, with plain left coping; moulded
kneelers to central build; 2 : 3 : 3 ridge chimneys, that at left end square
and corniced.

Rear wing of No.32: 2 storeys, 2 bays to rear, with renewed sashes with glazing
bars in plain stone surrounds under high hipped roof; tall corniced side
chimney. No. 34 has central half glazed door, and C20 casements.

Interior: boxed beams in first build; some 2-panelled doors and cupboards.
Second, central build has flat Tudor-arched stone chimney piece in right
ground-floor room, and panelled dado, with panelling in similar style to
inserted bay window; dentilled stucco ceiling cornice. Entrance hall contains
C17 panelling removed from demolished Streatlam Castle nearby. Rear wing
drawing room has ornately-carved wood chimney piece; stucco ceiling cornice
with egg-and-dart and bell-and-flower moulding.


Listing NGR: NZ1258720534

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