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

Stroud (District Authority)
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SO 86686 09497


PAINSWICK STAMAGES LANE SO 8609/8709 (off east side) 7/311 Castle Hale (formerly 21.10.55 listed under Hale Lane) - II Detached house in grounds. C17, C18 and C20. Limestone ashlar or coursed worker, stone slate roof to early block and Welsh slate to later. A U-plan C17 house to which a large C18 block was grafted on the garden side; this modified in the C20. The early block has, towards the court House (qv) 2 storeys and attic with two saddle-back coped gables each with 2 over 3-light recessed chamfer mullioned casements with stopped hoods and a central C20 oculus; at ground floor is a C20 door with hood, three C20 single lights, and, to left a deep C17 stone lintel over a moulded surround with glazed door. To left return the block forms a tight 'U' plan, but attached to the later building. The coped east gate has a fine carved rebus, then, south facing is a cross gable with 2 over 2+ 2-light mullioned casements with hoods, and at ground floor a 3-light plus a blocked door under stepped hood. The recessed unit is 3 storeys and attic with two small coped gables in a parapet, 2 and 3-light casements; to left a good early oculus in decorated square surround over a 3-light hollow-chamfer mullioned casement, and later lights under a continuous string, with C20 projecting porch, right. The garden front of the C18 block is 2 storeys, 2:1:2-windowed plate glass porches but central. Venetian first floor in pedi- mented stepped forward unit over a 4-columned Roman Doric portico with responds, covering a glazed door with side lights. this front has plat band and cornice with parapet. One bay return to right. To left is dated 1939, with octagonal single storey bays continuous frieze, moulded cornice, parapet and coping. Venetian window under open pediment under balustrade, two windows left, French door to bay roof, right. A house with long history and complex growth. Interior not inspected. (St Claire Baddeley, History of Painswick, 1929).

Listing NGR: SO8668609497


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St Claire Baddeley, W , History of Painswick, (1929)


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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