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Conigree Court

A Grade II Listed Building in Newent, Gloucestershire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.9284 / 51°55'42"N

Longitude: -2.4262 / 2°25'34"W

OS Eastings: 370792

OS Northings: 225623

OS Grid: SO707256

Mapcode National: GBR FZ.NLSQ

Mapcode Global: VH86D.WSRL

Entry Name: Conigree Court

Listing Date: 2 October 1954

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1172230

English Heritage Legacy ID: 125592

Location: Newent, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, GL18

County: Gloucestershire

District: Forest of Dean

Civil Parish: Newent

Traditional County: Gloucestershire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Gloucestershire

Church of England Parish: Newent St Mary the Virgin

Church of England Diocese: Gloucester

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Listing Text

SO 72 NW NEWENT -


3/60 Conigree Court

2.10.54

II

Large house; late C16, early C18, 1897 (datestone). C16 timber-
framed, high stone plinth, painted brick nogging; Flemish bond
brickwork, tile hanging to first floor (rear); 1897 Flemish-bond
brickwork, stone dressings, timber-framing with white panels first
floor. Tiled roof. H plan, 6 windows wide, 2 room deep centre
link, 2 storey. Entrance front: C16 wing on right, horizontal
panels, two per floor. Six-light mullioned window, leaded lights
each floor, gable end; decorative infill to panels lower half
gable, surface scalloping to bargeboards. Left return two 3-light
casement windows per floor, leaded lights, weatherboard sill,
applied bolection-moulded frames. Rest of front 1897: plinth: 6-
panelled double door to porch, 3 stone steps: Tudor arch over, sunk
spandrels, hoodmould. To right, set back, 3-light mullion and
transom window, 2-light mullion beyond. To left single-storey
infill, 4-light mullion and transom, with plain stone coping over.
Left gable, similar window, all ground floor leaded lights. First
floor fairly close studded timber framing, 2 unequal panels high.
False Venetian window to porch, coved jetty over at collar level in
gable; bargeboards as right wing, terracotta finial. To right two
3-light casement, large pane below, subdivided above; to left 4-
light similar. In gable 4-light mullion and transom window,
decorative framing below sill level and immediately above window,
herringbone strutting in gable. Bargeboards as porch. Chimney
left return and on ridge at junction with cross wing. Rear: 1897
gable on right, early C18 brick gable, recessed wing and gable to
left: right gable plain string course; large semi-circular headed
window rises through gable: paired sashes bottom, wide glazing
bars, top small, matching panes: brick arch. Below cambered brick
arch to built-up opening to cellar. Above dentil course at collar
level, tile-hanging over. Doorway on left return. Double sash
window on left, wide glazing bars; 6-panelled door up 2 stone steps
on left, under open timber porch, moulded edge to top. Projecting
gable beyond, brick plinth, sash window, wide glazing bars,
cambered brick arch over cutting string course. First floor,
dentil course to centre, stepping up over door: tile hanging above,
3-light and 4-light mullioned windows: Left gable 3-light
mullioned window, cambered brick arch over; dentil course at collar
level, tile hanging above with 2-light window in apex. Further,
low 1897 wing on left. Interior not inspected.


Listing NGR: SO7079225623

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