Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1114986

Date first listed: 05-Jun-1984

Statutory Address: EASTWOOD PARK


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Statutory Address: EASTWOOD PARK

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

District: South Gloucestershire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Falfield

National Grid Reference: ST 67422 92417


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1/54 Eastwood Park


Country house, now a hospital engineering centre. Begun c.1820 for the Earl of Liverpool and rebuilt and enlarged c.1865 probably by S.W. Daukes of Gloucester for Sir G.S. Jenkinson. Coursed squared rubble with freestone dressings; reproduction stone slate roof; modillioned eaves cornice; panelled ashlar stacks. In a French late C17/C18 style. East elevation. 2 storeys and attics in gabled dormers with hipped roofs. 2 : 5 : 2 bays, the outer parts project as wings with hipped roofs. C20 2-light casement windows, segmental headed with keystones on ground floor, panelled aprons to centre 5 ground floor windows and French windows to outer bays; balconies with pierced parapets and on carved brackets to first floor; the dormer windows have round heads with a keystone and a cast iron finial. French quoins to outer bays. The entrance (north) elevation is similar but of only 4 bays and with no balconies to the first floor windows. Off-centre 3 storey tower with porte-cochere; French rustication on first 2 floors and panelled pilasters above; truncated pyramidal roof (formerly with a turret); round headed carriage entries with moulded surrounds and keystones. To the right is a single storey service wing of nine 2-light cross windows, some in bay windows with catslide roofs; louvre ridge vents. Interior: cantilever staircase with cast iron balustrade, painted window with Jenkinson heraldry; the dining room has a decorative plaster cornice.

Listing NGR: ST6742292417


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Legacy System number: 34677

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