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Statutory Address:

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

Winchester (District Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
SU 47298 28777


The following building shall be added to the list:-

WINCHESTER AIRLIE ROAD SU 42 NE 12/800 (south-west side) Pyotts Cottage II House. Dated 1907; bylf H Baillie-Scott for Miss Rose E Douglas; later alterations . Roughcast brick; plain tile roof, part replaced with concrete tile, 1981; rough cast chimneys with tile cornices; wooden, mullioned windows with leaded casements, decorative iron catches, and tile dripmoulds on ground floor. L-shaped plan, having service wing projecting to front right. 2 storeys. Entrance elevation; 5 bays, 1,3,1, end bays gabled and that on right projecting as wing. Left bay has external chimney with offsets and small 2-light window on different sides on each floor. Central entrance up step, has studded panelled door, 2-light side window on right, tile dripmould, and lozenge-shaped date stone over with initials of Rose Douglas and of her companion Florence Firmstone; 2-light window to left; 2 above; and stair cross-window above on right. Right bay (wing) gable has catslide roof on left; 2-light window to each floor and stack on right; and to re-entrant, windows of 5 lights and 1 light on ground floor, and of 3 lights above. Stack to rear ofbay 4. Garden elevation; 4 bays. Two left bays gabled with tile kneelers and lozenge-shaped tile gable vents; left bay has 2 light window on right, 4-light window above; bay 2 has flat-roofed 5-light bow window with 4-light window above (replacement central lights); dated rainwater hopper between gables, and chimney in valley. Roof comes down lower over right-hand bays. Bay 3 has loggia with tiled pavement and part-glazed door into lounge; flat-roofed 4-light dormer above (2 lights replaced). Right bay has transomed 5-light window returning round corners. Left return; 3-light window to each floor; gable vent and kneelers as garden elevation. Right return; windows of 1,2,and 3 lights; door moved to present position from original position further to left. Interior; a number of original features survive including wood block and brick floors, panelled and board doors and cupboards, wall panelling and fireplaces. Of particular note are the inglenook fireplaces in the lounge and principal bedroom (above); the window seat in the lounge; and the C17 style wooden stair with turned balusters and pyramidal finials to newels. Both Miss Douglas and Miss Firmstone were notable figures in contempoary city life.

Listing NGR: SU4729728779


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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