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SP0103 GLOUCESTER ROAD, Stratton 578-1/2/380 (North East side) The Elms


House, originally two. Early C19 with later C19 alterations and mid-C19 extension. Coursed squared limestone; coursed squared limestone rubble to mid-C19 rear wing with render to side. Welsh slate roof; stone stack to left end and axial stack on gablet to rear. Lower portion to right has brick right end stack and brick stack on gablet to rear. House was originally 3-storey semi-detached pair; now with 2-storey, probably contemporary, wing to right; lean-to extension forms cat-slide roof to rear right; mid-C19 two-storey wing to rear left. 3-storey 4-window range has four 6/6-pane sashes in plain reveals with stone cills to first floor; four similar windows to second floor. Ground floor has early/mid-C19 2/2:6/6:2/2-pane triple sash with timber mullions to left, flanked by 2 blocked former window openings of similar size and position to those above. One 6/6-pane sash to ground floor right is similar to others but with cambered head. C19/20 glazed gabled porch with half-glazed door conceals front door to right. 2-storey 2-window wing to right in similar style; two 6/6-pane sashes to first floor; one 6/6-pane sash with cambered head to ground floor left; 4-panel door to right. Rear elevation has 2-storey extension with scattered fenestration attached to left; mid C19 wing to right, gable facing, has 3-light timber mullion-and-transom window with margin-glazed casements in plain reveal with stone cill to each of ground and first floors, small blind window in gable, heavy bargeboards with pierced decoration. INTERIOR mostly inspected; early C19 stick baluster staircase to first floor; 2 staircases from first to second floor, that to right early C19 spiral stick baluster staircase with shaped tread-ends and mahogany handrail. Mid C19 stone fire surround in ground floor rear left room; simple C19 fire surrounds in first floor rooms. House apparently built as 2 but converted into one quite shortly afterwards; early C19 staircase to first floor is in rear extension which is separate build, but there are 2 staircases to second floor and roofspace said to be divided by stone wall.

Listing NGR: SP0159603254


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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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