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4, Gateacre Brow

A Grade II Listed Building in Woolton, Liverpool

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Latitude: 53.3826 / 53°22'57"N

Longitude: -2.865 / 2°51'54"W

OS Eastings: 342557

OS Northings: 387649

OS Grid: SJ425876

Mapcode National: GBR 7ZY.5F

Mapcode Global: WH87G.Y7VP

Entry Name: 4, Gateacre Brow

Listing Date: 14 March 1975

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1356367

English Heritage Legacy ID: 214138

Location: Liverpool, L25

County: Liverpool

Electoral Ward/Division: Woolton

Built-Up Area: Liverpool

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Merseyside

Church of England Parish: Gateacre St Stephen

Church of England Diocese: Liverpool

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Listing Text

(south side)

41/490 No. 4



House. c.1814, stone, until c.1980 stuccoed, with slate
roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays, ground floor sill bank roughly
removed; top cornice. Flush quoins. Windows have wedge
lintels and vertical jambs and are sashed with glazing bars.
Central round-headed entrance with architrave, impost blocks
and reeded frieze, complete fanlight and 6-panel door.

Listing NGR: SJ4255787649

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