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Kingwood and Adjacent Pump

A Grade II Listed Building in Bulcote, Nottinghamshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.9941 / 52°59'38"N

Longitude: -1.0271 / 1°1'37"W

OS Eastings: 465399

OS Northings: 344527

OS Grid: SK653445

Mapcode National: GBR 9JN.C4X

Mapcode Global: WHFHZ.605H

Entry Name: Kingwood and Adjacent Pump

Listing Date: 13 May 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1370172

English Heritage Legacy ID: 242077

Location: Bulcote, Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire, NG14

County: Nottinghamshire

District: Newark and Sherwood

Civil Parish: Bulcote

Built-Up Area: Burton Joyce

Traditional County: Nottinghamshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Nottinghamshire

Church of England Parish: Burton Joyce with Bulcote and Stoke Bardolph

Church of England Diocese: Southwell and Nottingham

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Listing Text

SK 64 SE BULCOTE OLD MAIN ROAD
(north side)

10/21 Kingswood and
adjacent pump

G.V. II

House and adjacent pump. Dated 1893, being heightened on the
east side early C20. Designed by Watson Fothergill for Mr.
Marshall, extensions probably also carried out by Watson
Fothergill. Red brick with blue brick and ashlar dressings.
Plain tile roof, sprocketed eaves. 2 red brick stacks. West
front set on a plinth with central moulded band and chamfered
blue brick band over. Flush blue brick bands to ground floor sill
and first floor with 2 bands to both the top of the ground and
first floor windows. 2 storeys, 4 bays. 2 storey porch, single
ashlar cross casement, to the right is a single buttress with
bands. In the right wall is the doorway, the roof here
projecting to form a lean-to hood and being supported on
decorative wooden brackets, in turn supported on ashlar corbels.
Double door with decorative iron hinges. Flush ashlar quoin
surround, depressed ogee arch with small orb finial, further
ashlar surround the left spandrel inscribed "WF" and the right
"1893". The left side has a doorway with plank door and flush
wedge lintel. To the right of the porch is a single sash with
lead glazing bars to the top, flush wedge lintel. To the right
of the porch is a single sash with lead glazing bars to the top,
flush wedge lintel and moulded brick dripstone. The upper storey
of the porch is polygonal with a conical roof topped with
decorative ashlar finial. The 3 sides to the front each have a
single large fixed light with lead glazing bars, transoms and
mullion. The window on the left is lower than that to its right
which is correspondingly lower than that further right, the
brickwork under is stepped accordingly. In the outer walls is
some herringbone brickwork. To the right of this bay is a single
double sash with flush wedge lintel and drip mould, to the left
is a single double sash. Adjacent the north wall is a single
wood, lead and iron water pump with ashlar trough. To the left,
set back,is a narrow projecting bay without openings and further
left, set back, a 3 storey plus attic 2 bay wing with projecting
porch with hipped roof, doorway in side wall with plank door and
overlight and single fixed light to the left. On the first and
second floors are single sashes with flush wedge lintels. Half
hipped, half timbered attic with herringbone brick nogging and
single small glazing bar light. To the left of this wing is a
gabled 2 storey, 3 bay wing with plain bargeboard. Round archway
leading to inner doorway with plank door. To the left is a
single small pivotal casement and further left a doorway with
plank door, both with flush wedge lintels and single brick drip
mould over. Over the doorway are 3 slit ventilators. Above is a
single sash with flush wedge lintel. Garden/south front of 2
storeys, 3 bays. Left single projecting bay with hipped roof and
single iron ridge finial. Single canted bay under sloping roof
supported on 4 wooden brackets. The front has 3 sashes and each
side a single sash. All have single transoms with lead glazing
bars over. To the right is a single small lead glazing bar sash
with flush wedge lintel. Further right is a projecting bay with
3 sashes to the front,the single central sash being wider, and
single sash to the left wall and doorway to the right. Each
opening with single transom with lead glazing bars over.
Flanking this bay are single wooden piers, these with further
single outer piers support a sloping roof which extends over the
right 2 bays and is hipped at the right. Above left and rising
from the roof of the canted bay is a smaller canted bay, the roof
of which is a continuation of the main roof and is supported on
2 brackets. There are 3 sashes each with single transom with
lead glazing bars over. Under the windows the bay is half
timbered with herringbone brick nogging. To the right is a
single pair of sashes with flush wedge lintels. East side of 2
and 3 storeys plus attic, 4 bays. The left single bay being 2
storeys and gabled, the single bay to the right is of 3 storeys
and embattled, the single bay further right is of 3 storeys plus
attic and is half hipped and the single bay on the far right is
of 2 storeys and is gabled. Having a doorway with glazed double
door and flush wedge lintel. to the right is a single tripartite
window, the left side being canted, with, to the left, a wooden
bracket supported on an ashlar corbel. this supports the
projecting first floor. Further right is a single slightly
projecting bay with single tripartite cross casement, the left
part being low and forming a doorway, flush wedge lintel over.
On the far right is a single sash with similar lintel. Above
single tripartite cross casement with lead glazing bars over the
transom. to the right is a single sash and further right 3
double sashes. On the second floor is a single tripartite sash
and to the right a single pair of sashes. In the half timbered
attic with brick nogging is a single small glazing bar light.
All windows have moulded surrounds, some with chamfered edges and
broach stops. Most openings have flush wedge lintels.
Interior. Good contemporary fittings including decorative
plaster ceilings, varied moulded cornices, skirtings, panelled
doors and fireplace. The stair case has a single column with
foliate decorated capital.


Listing NGR: SK6539944527

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