Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1152551

Date first listed: 18-Oct-1985

Statutory Address: PAUNTLEY PLACE


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Statutory Address: PAUNTLEY PLACE

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

County: Gloucestershire

District: Forest of Dean (District Authority)

Parish: Pauntley

National Grid Reference: SO 73918 28754


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3/209 Pauntley Place


Marked as White House on O.S. Map. House. C17, altered early C19, extended early C20. Timber framed with rendered square panels, English-bond brickwork extension, tiled roof. T-plan, with one angle infilled, 2 storeys with attics. Entrance front: on right ground-floor rebuilt in brick, canted single-storey flat- roofed bay, sash window, 3-pane upper, 2 pane lower. Leaded- light window to left. Half-glazed front door on left in return of projecting wing, 2 panels below, under 2-bay hipped, lean-to porch, timber posts on stone bases, inset elliptical heads to openings. Extension painted as timber-framing: 3 sash windows in gable, as sashes in bay. First floor framing on right 3 panel high, further panel above for attics. Sash window as bay below, further sash on left set higher for stairs. Sash over front door, 2-pane upper, single lower. Two sashes in gable on left, as for ground floor. Right return timber-framed, jowls to main posts, single-pane window in gable, V struts over. Left return ground floor bay with ogee lead roof. Single-storey gabled wing set back on right, behind garage: stone-walled cellar below, raised ground floor up brick steps: part walling close-studded timber-framing. May be cut down remains of earlier building. Interior: 2 scratch-moulded boarded doors at back of entrance hall; early C19 stairs to first floor, spiral stair thence to attics. Late C17 mullion and transom window, iron opening light, survives in kitchen. House originally L-plan; timber framed, lateral stacks to each wing, with apparently unheated corner room. Narrow bay in centre main side presumably for stairs. Lean-to added to infill angle later. Early C20 addition front wing producing T- plan; side wall some 375mm in front of original gable, which was removed below the attic. Present entrance into extension.

Listing NGR: SO7391828754


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Legacy System number: 125745

Legacy System: LBS

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