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Statutory Address:

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Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)
Calne Without
National Grid Reference:
ST 96174 70448



2/30 Queenwood


Bowood estate house, early C19, squared rubble stone with stone slate eaves roof and ornate end stacks, 2 octagonal shafts to east, 2 spiral shafts to west. Two storeys, picturesque Tudor style with stone mullion windows and cast-iron small-paned casements. South front has later projecting wing to right, 3-light upper windows to centre and left under shallow coped and shouldered gables. Centre Tudor-arched doorway with altered hoodmould in projecting porch, 1- 3-1-light canted bay to left. Wing to right has quatrefoil plaque over 3-light mullion windows to first and ground floors with hoodmoulds. South side wall stack with 2 octagonal shafts. To left of main range slightly lower range with large outside stack and 2 octagonal shafts to left of gabled dormer with 2-light window over ground floor 3-light with hoodmould. Entrance front of main range has 3 similar shallow coped and shouldered gables over 2- light, 2-light and 3-light windows. Ground floor 2-light with hood, central ashlar gabled porch and added lean-to to right with 5-light window, the original 3-light with hoodmould visible within. Lean-to continues in front of range to right with timber gabled porch. Gabled eaves dormer above with 2-light mullion window. A rubble stone fronted single storey annex with hipped roof is linked at right angles to north-west corner. A house called Shadwells is marked on the site on J. Powell map of 1763.

Listing NGR: ST9617470448


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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: 19 Feb 2004
Reference: IOE01/11553/05
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr B.J.W. Heath. Source Historic England Archive
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