17-39, STAR HILL


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17-39, STAR HILL


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Statutory Address:
17-39, STAR HILL

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

Medway (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 74645 67997


ROCHESTER STAR HILL TQ 7468 SE 10/255 Nos 17-39 (odd) inclusive 24.10.50 II Terrace of 12 houses, in 6 pairs. Early C19. Flemish bond gault brick, slate roofs mansarded; double pile plan. All 4 storeys with attics Nos 17-31 2 bays, Nos 33-39 3 bays, stepped up hill in pairs, each pair slightly stepped back from next. Nos 17-31 have one basement 16-pane, one ground - and a first floor 12- pane, and 2 second floor smaller 12-pane sash windows with glazing bars, all under flat rubbed brick arches. Nos 33-39 have 2 bay basements, 3 bays above, all sashes with glazing bars. External stairs to each door, gault checks, Portland stone treads, cast-iron rails with spear tops. Each has 6 panel door, 4 upper panels raised and fielded with semi-circular fanlights with cast-iron glazing bars under 2 concentric semi-circular arches. Some painted rubbed brick arches. Some fanlight glazing bars missing, Nos 17-23 only intact. Coped parapets with lower string course, single dormers now mostly with replacement casements, originally sashes with glazing bars, surviving to No 17 only. Large stacks on each party wall division. No 39 alone has surving front garden railings. Rear has areas, some with single French doors, sashes with glazing bars above. Interiors: Reeded cornices, 6 panel raised and fielded doors, stairs off axis and top lit, stick balusters, turned newels, stained rails. Built in pairs, No 25 said to be 1816, No 37 1810.

Listing NGR: TQ7463668030


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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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Date: 09 Feb 2004
Reference: IOE01/11798/28
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr M.K Lofthouse. Source Historic England Archive
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