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Leeds (Metropolitan Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 18606 41382


AIREBOROUGH PARK ROAD SE 14 SE LS20 (east side) Guiseley 4/71 Nos. 67 and 69 12th March 1973 (Park Sate House) - II

Large house. Late OS, with later C19 extensions to rear service wings, subsequently partitioned as 2 dwellings but recently restored as one dwelling. Sandstone ashlar, slate roofs. Square plan with various additions to rear (built back to road). Two storeys and 5 bays, symmetrical, in classical style; pedimented 3-bay centre breaking forwards slightly; string course and 1st-floor sill band, modillioned cornice and low parapet; central doorway with double doors and semicircular fanlight, protected by a small Tuscan porch with festooned frieze, carrying a balcony with ornamental iron railings on a semi-oval plan; above this, a recessed tripartite window with centre light further recessed, simple entablature following these lights and decorated with 4 roundels, all under a recessed semicircular tympanum which breaks the pediment and contains concentric radial patterns separated by an arched band. Sashed windows, all at 1st floor with blind balustraded aprons between the string course and the sillband. Low-pitched hipped roof with ridge chimneys. The right-hand return wall has 3-window single-storey bow to the front block with blind balustraded parapet, and above this a blind Venetian window; to the rear of this a 3-window rectangular bay with quadrantal side, and similar parapet; and further to the rear a service wing of 2 x 4 bays in matching style, with a rusticated single-storey porch in the angle (C19); projecting from the service wing a single-storey flat-roofed 3-bay wing with windows recently altered as double doors, and blind balustraded parapet.

Interior: fine open-well staircase under a skylight; elaborate moulded plaster cornices in front rooms and entrance hall; and in room to right of stairwell unusual walnut panelling to walls and ceiling, arranged in parquet pattern.

Listing NGR: SE1860641382


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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: 22 Nov 2007
Reference: IOE01/17015/05
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Les Waby. Source Historic England Archive
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