35, CLOUGH ROAD

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1251994

Date first listed: 28-Jan-1986

Statutory Address: 35, CLOUGH ROAD

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: 35, CLOUGH ROAD

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

District: Kirklees (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 08250 15412

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History

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Details

SE 01 NE CLOUGH ROAD (west side)

2/520 Golcar

NO 35

II

House.Early-mid or mid C19. Coursed squared stone, stone slate roof.2 storeys, 3 lst- floor windows. South-west (garden) front:openings have plain stone surrounds,and the windows flat-faced mullions and 4-pane lights. Central C20 door flanked by 4-light windows to ground floor. Continuous 14-light window on projecting cill band above,some of the lights blocked leaving 3 windows each of 3 lights. Gutter brackets on table. Coping on inturned kneelers. End stacks. Pent-roofed single-storey outbuilding set back on left. Right return. 2-light window to first floor right. The courses of the blocking of the lst-floor window are aligned with those of the walls, suggesting that the house was built with thewindow partially blocked. This was common practice in the later phase of the domestic textile industry (in this area c1840s) when there was less of a demand for lst-floor workshop accommodation but provision made so that when (and if) demand increased again good lighting for workshop space could be supplied readily.

Listing NGR: SE0825015412

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 434899

Legacy System: LBS

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