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33-39, Coach Road

A Grade II Listed Building in Rotherham, Rotherham

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Latitude: 53.4538 / 53°27'13"N

Longitude: -1.3715 / 1°22'17"W

OS Eastings: 441836

OS Northings: 395410

OS Grid: SK418954

Mapcode National: GBR LXVH.WM

Mapcode Global: WHDDB.XG33

Entry Name: 33-39, Coach Road

Listing Date: 13 May 1969

Last Amended: 19 February 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1314597

English Heritage Legacy ID: 335665

Location: Rotherham, S61

County: Rotherham

Electoral Ward/Division: Wingfield

Built-Up Area: Rotherham

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Greasbrough St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Sheffield

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Listing Text

(south side),
2/33 Nos 33-39 (odd)
(formerly listed
as Chapel Houses
13.5.69 No 1, No 2, No 3,
No 4)
- II

Houses. c1828. Coursed, dressed sandstone, Welsh slate roof with original stone
slates retained on part of rear roof. Symmetrical single-storey facade with 4
windows, 2 doors within central porch, gable entries to end houses. Plinth.
C20 doors within central, flat-roofed, ashlar porch with front and sides pierced
by Tudor-arched openings with hood-moulds; roll-moulded parapet copings. Flanking
windows have flush sills and quoined reveals to pointed arches with hoodmoulds, all
have casements with intersecting glazing bars. Chamfered band at eaves, moulded
gable copings. 2 groups of ridge stacks, each with 6 diagonally-set, square,
shafts on linked plinths. Rear: extensively altered. Left return: central door
in chamfered, quoined opening with hoodmould. Flanking pointed-arched openings
as front, that to left blind, that to right now with casement. Inserted casement
over door, eaves band continuous across gable. Right return: similar but with
reused limestone surround to blind gable oculus. Formerly called Chapel Houses
having been constructed out of stone from the Chapel of Holy Trinity demolished
in 1827 to make way for St. Mary's Church (q.v.).

Listing NGR: SK4183695410

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