IVY HAVEN WINDY RIDGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1131087

Date first listed: 10-Oct-1988

Statutory Address: IVY HAVEN, 21, BOSCOMBE ROAD

Statutory Address: WINDY RIDGE, 20, BOSCOMBE ROAD

Map

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WINDY RIDGE
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Location

Statutory Address: IVY HAVEN, 21, BOSCOMBE ROAD

Statutory Address: WINDY RIDGE, 20, BOSCOMBE ROAD

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

District: Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Amesbury

National Grid Reference: SU 16746 40995

Summary

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Reasons for Designation

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History

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Details

AMESBURY BOSCOMBE ROAD SU 14 SE (north side)

6/9 No 20 (Windy Ridge) and No 21 (Ivy Haven)

II Pair of experimental smallholders' dwellings, 1919-20, by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research for the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries. Timber framed and weatherboarded on brick sills, tiled roofs. Bilaterally symmetrical, with recessed central section with entrances under wide eaves, and 2-bay gabled cross wings at ends. Bead moulded boarded door in propped timber porch, that to Ivy Haven altered and enclosed in later porch. Paned timber windows. Brick stack on party wall and 5-flue stacks on cross wings. Single storey wing to cross wing at rear. Walls are constructed of framed studding with elm weatherboarding, lined internally with diamond steel wire lattice to take haired plaster. Party wall of brick, but internal partitions timber framed. Suspended floors to front rooms. One of the second group of experimental buildings, erected to achieve economies using local materials and traditional construction. The only example of the experiment in timber construction to survive. (Jaggard, W.R., Experimental Cottages, A Report on the Work of the Department at Amesbury Wiltshire 1921; Country Life, 20th and 27th November 1920 (illustrated)

Listing NGR: SU1674740995

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 321320

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Jaggard, W R , Experimental Cottages A Report on the Work of the Department at Amesbury Wiltshire, (1921)
'Country Life' in 20 November, (1920)
'Country Life' in 27 November, (1920)

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