CRADDOCK HOUSE FRIARS COTTAGE FRIARY COTTAGE FRIARY COURT

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1355799

Date first listed: 28-Feb-1952

Date of most recent amendment: 10-Dec-1972

Statutory Address: CRADDOCK HOUSE, THE FRIARY

Statutory Address: FRIARS COTTAGE, FRIARY LANE

Statutory Address: FRIARY COTTAGE, THE FRIARY

Statutory Address: FRIARY COURT, THE FRIARY

Map

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FRIARS COTTAGE
FRIARY COTTAGE
FRIARY COURT
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Location

Statutory Address: CRADDOCK HOUSE, THE FRIARY

Statutory Address: FRIARS COTTAGE, FRIARY LANE

Statutory Address: FRIARY COTTAGE, THE FRIARY

Statutory Address: FRIARY COURT, THE FRIARY

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

District: Wiltshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Salisbury

National Grid Reference: SU 14647 29590

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History

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Details

THE FRIARY 1. 1594 Friary Court. Craddock House. No 20 (Friary Cottage). SU 1429 NE 4/194 28.2.52. II* GV 2. Includes Friars Cottage, Friary Lane. Built by Mathew Bee, Mayor of Salisbury 1600. 1618 (Recorded in title deeds) L-shaped group with Friary Court facing north and south and Craddock House east and west. Originally one building. Friary Court. 3 storey. The upper storey added C18 and the south front altered at same time. North front - brick with lst and 2nd floor strings and hipped old tile roof. One central C17 2-light leaded casement. C18 6-panel door, good brass knockers, under window in doorcase of panelled reveals, architrave surround, narrow side pilasters and flat cut brackets with roundel ornament, plain frieze and moulded dentilled cornice. Delicate C18 wrought iron scrolled flower guard over door. South front - stuccoed with 5 windows to upper floors, and 4 windows and central glazed door to ground floor. Craddock House. East front. C17 with slight C18 alterations. 2 storey and attic. Brick on projecting stone capped plinth. Projecting gabled wing to right hand. Old tile roof. Wing has a 2-light stone mullioned casement on ground and attic floors and similar 3 light on 1st floor with drip mould. Remainder of front - C18 6-panel central door repeating design of Friary Court door, flanked by 4-light stone mullioned casement to right hand and 8-light similar mullioned and transomed to left hand on ground floor. On 1st floor - C18 3-light left hand and single centre sash (no glazing bars) and 4-light stone mullioned casement right hand. Former 2-storey porch removed. The west front is a picturesque grouping of gables and massive chimneys, with a narrow central gable to stair with stone mullioned windows of varying size. Very picturesque. Interiors: Friary Court has mid C18 staircase, square newels, turned balusters, with mouldings, open string with scrolled tread ends. Some exposed beams. Craddock House has exposed timber framing and decorative plaster work to ceiling of ground floor room at south end. On 1st floor 4 central arched fire- place with wood bressumer strengthening. Remains of winder staircase. Roof has exposed purlins and principals, rest concealed. The adjoining buildings, No 20 (Friary Cottage) and Friars Cottage, (Friary Lane) are former outbuildings of Craddock House. No 20 (Friary Cottage) is later C18 2 storeys red brick. Old tile roof. 3 leaded 1st floor casements, one on ground floor and ledged central door. Friars Cottage (Friary Lane) also 2 storeys red brick with old tile roof. Irregular casement windows and plain door.

Part of an important group with the South Side of St Anne's Street.

Listing NGR: SU1464729590

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 319150

Legacy System: LBS

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