Eagle House and The Old Maltings


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Listed Building
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Statutory Address:
Eagle House, 23, Church Street, Bathford, Bath, BA1 7RS
Statutory Address:
The Old Maltings, Church Street, Bathford, Bath, BA1 7RS


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Statutory Address:
Eagle House, 23, Church Street, Bathford, Bath, BA1 7RS
Statutory Address:
The Old Maltings, Church Street, Bathford, Bath, BA1 7RS

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

Bath and North East Somerset (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
ST 78885 66755


This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 11/06/2018

ST 7866-7966 9/37

BATHFORD C.P. CHURCH STREET (North-west side) No. 23 (Eagle House) and The Old Maltings

(Formerly listed as No. 23 (Eagle House))


GV II* House. Mid C18, possibly by John Wood the Elder. Ashlar; slate roof behind parapet, cornice.

Two storeys, basement and attics in modern dormers. Entrance (south-east) elevation: seven bays, centre three advanced and capped by pediment; plus an extra bay in later wing to right. Two-three-two glazing bar sashes in moulded architraves, with segmental heads and keystones on ground floor (some blocked); central window on first floor in tripartite with large semi-circular overlight which breaks through the cornice into the pediment. Central panelled door in doorcase with Ionic pilasters and pediment.

Garden (north-west) elevation: seven bays, centre three in two storey canted bay. Two-three-two windows, glazing bar sashes on first floor, C19 large pane sashes on ground floor, all in moulded architraves; ground floor centre bar venetian window with Ionic pilasters and an apron with an attached baluster below, flanking windows have pediments; plain venetian style window on first floor. Bay has modillioned cornice, central pediment with decorative cartouche surrounding arms in tympanum and eagle finial with spread wings on apex. Balustraded parapet, solid to centre bay. Flanking single storey ashlar garden walls with rusticated doorways.

Interior: Some C18 and C19 plasterwork; panelled doors; large decorative marble fireplace in drawing room; formerly cantilever staircase. Wing projecting on entrance elevation is also included: hipped slate roof; two storeys; four glazing bar sash windows and evidence of blocked vehicle entry. Modern door.

Listing NGR: ST7888566755


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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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