NUMBER 10 (RIVER HOUSE) AND ATTACHED RAILINGS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1100738

Date first listed: 22-Apr-1950

Statutory Address: NUMBER 10 (RIVER HOUSE) AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 10, SEVERN SIDE SOUTH

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: NUMBER 10 (RIVER HOUSE) AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 10, SEVERN SIDE SOUTH

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

County: Worcestershire

District: Wyre Forest (District Authority)

Parish: Bewdley

National Grid Reference: SO 78757 75339

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Details

SO 7875 SE BEWDLEY CP SEVERN SIDE SOUTH

13/219 No 8 and 9 (The Old Bank) and attached railings 22.4.50

GV II House. Late C17 with mid-C19 and some C20 alterations. Brick on sand- stone plinth with tile roof, stacks to rear. Three storeys with attic lit by two gabled dormers, deep modillioned wooden cornice, bands to ground and first floor with moulded soffit, two lead down pipes; five windows: wooden cross-windows under rubbed brick heads, the central window has a borken pediment on three shaped brackets; the window is a French casement opening onto a mid-C19 cast iron balcony; second floor: wooden cross-windows; ground floor: three windows: wcoden cross-windows under rubbed brick heads; entrances to left and right corners, to left: under rubbed brick head, moulded wooden architrave with overlight, C19 door (this entrance was probably a window originally), to right: moulded wooden architrave with 2-pane overlight, C17 door of six raised and fielded panels, this entrance had a shell canopy which was destroyed by a lorry in 1974. Interior: dog-leg staircase with closed and moulded string, moulded hand rail and turned balusters; bolection moulded fire- place in room to left on first floor. Cast iron spearheaded railings, fleur-de-lys to standards.

Listing NGR: SO7875775339

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