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Statutory Address:

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Torbay (Unitary Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
SX 92033 63734



SX9263 BRADDONS HILL ROAD EAST 885-1/18/47 (North side) 21/08/74 No.38 Collingwood


Detached villa, now used for holiday accommodation. c1820s with later C19 alterations. Stuccoed and blocked out; roof concealed behind parapet; stacks with rendered shafts with moulded strings and cornices. PLAN: Double-depth plan, 2 rooms wide, facing south-west with entrance on right (south-east) return into a passage, stair rising to rear. Rear left service wing to right-angles. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys, attic and basement. Moulded cornice below parapet with sunk panels; moulded sill band. Symmetrical 4-window front elevation with a ground-floor verandah built out over basement level and steps down to a terraced garden. Ground and first floor windows with moulded architraves, and later C19 or C20 glazing: high transomed French windows to the ground floor, 2-pane plate-glass sashes to first floor. Basement level has segmental-headed arches infilled with C20 doors and windows. Attractive 6-bay cast-iron verandah, returning for 3 bays to the right. Partly fluted cast-iron columns with capitals and pierced brackets support a lean-to roof. Mid C19 cast-iron balustrade. Steps down to terrace with later C19 cast-iron balustrades. 3-window entrance elevation with a secondary 2-bay single-storey projection, containing the porch to the right with pilaster strips with ball finials, moulded cornice and parapet. Porch entered on return with 6-panel door; round-headed window to front with moulded architrave and sill blocks, tripartite sash alongside. 3 first floor and 2 attic windows, all with moulded architraves and glazed with late C19 or C20 plate glass sashes and casements. INTERIOR: Original plaster cornices, joinery and good stair with balustrade of cast-iron panels. Some C20 alterations to the plan. HISTORY: Shown on 1866 OS map without projecting bay on the north-east side. (1st edition 1866 OS: CXV1.10).

Listing NGR: SX9203363734


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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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Date: 26 Oct 2002
Reference: IOE01/09573/05
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Keith Mackenzie. Source Historic England Archive
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