No 14 St Andrews Road

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1462263
Date first listed:
03-Jan-2019
Statutory Address:
No 14, St Andrews Road

Map

Ordnance survey map of No 14 St Andrews Road
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Location

Statutory Address:
No 14, St Andrews Road

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

County:
Essex
District:
Rochford (District Authority)
Parish:
Rochford
National Grid Reference:
TQ8712390616

Details

1253/0/10011 TQ87129061

ROCHFORD ST ANDREWS ROAD No 14

II

House, 1930. Lawrence Crampton of Southend-on-sea for T.W. Offin. Rendered brick walls with blue brick copings to end stacks and flat garage roof. Hipped pantile roof. Crittall metal casement windows.

PLAN: Rectangular central entrance house with attached garage/scullery range.

EXTERIOR: WEST elevation to St. Andrews Road with pair of 4-over-8 metal casement windows with shallow projecting surrounds and shutters flanking central entrance. Brick steps to front door of 4 glazed lights and solid panel recessed into curved and fluted reveals with glazed panel to ceiling and shallow projecting porch. To first floor, central metal casement of 9 panes (3/3/3) flanked by single windows each of 3 panes. 1-storey garage attached to north with 3 sliding doors on track, that to right also folding, and blue brick on edge copings. Hipped roof with deep eaves and pair of endstacks with blue brick on edge copings. NORTH elevation with 6-pane (3/3) casement to first floor right. 1-storey advanced range with 2 doors to left, each with glazed panels and adjacent 2-pane window, under that to far left is low fuel access door. Prominent central chimneystack bisects projecting eaves. EAST elevation to garden with 14-pane (12 glazed) metal door within shallow projecting surround to left and with brick steps. 8-pane (4/4) metal window to right. 2-pane window to centre of ground floor below tall slender stair window of 6-panes, both set within shallow recess. To first floor, 6-pane window with narrow 3-pane window to each side. 1-storey scullery slightly advanced to right with blue brick on edge copings and 6-pane casement. SOUTH elevation with prominent central stack, full-width to ground floor through projecting eaves. 6-pane casement to first floor at left.

INTERIOR: Recessed entrance to central hall with rear stair. To right, full-depth living room with 2 exposed beams and joists above high picture rail. Fireplace to centre of outside wall with brick arch set in brick. Glazed doors to garden. To left, dining room with exposed joists on angle, and corner fireplace of brick arch set in brick. To left at rear, kitchen with exposed joists, built-in cupboards and access to scullery. Scullery with cold storage larder above fuel area with exterior access and built-in cupboards. Cloakroom below stair. Wood stairs with closed panelling to well and upstairs hall, and stepped cap newells. At first floor, 4 corner bedrooms each with moulded fireplace, those to left bedrooms placed at corner with ledges above. Each bedroom with 1 small and 1 large window and picture rail. Rear bedroom to left slightly smaller with adjacent room for water closet. Bathroom to centre front with vestibule with built-in linen cupboard. Architrave to panelled doors with vertical wood handles throughout. Garage with track for sliding doors and brick arched niche.

SUBSIDIARY: To St. Andrews Road, metal barrel railings and oak gate supported by rendered brick piers with blue brick copings and concrete plinth. Original presentation drawings and construction blueprints survive.

An intact and interesting suburban house of 1930 in a traditional and moderne style with original elevations, plan form and fittings.

Sources

None.

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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