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Gaston House (inc Garden Railings)

House with railings and gate. c1840. House: timber-framed and brick, rendered. Plain tile roof, red brick stacks. Tudor style.

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House with railings and gate. c1840. House: timber-framed and brick, rendered. Plain tile roof, red brick stacks. Tudor style. 2 storeys and basement. Central range flanked by cross wings. Centre range: to left steps to gabled porch containing half-glazed door with Tudor-arched entrance under hoodmould. Mullion windows with pointed lights under hoodmoulds. Left wing gable end has crenellated square bay with mullions and transom window with pointed lights. Similar 2-light window above under hoodmould. External stack and a single casement window to gable end of right wing. Bargeboards and eaves course. Octagonal stacks. Iron railings and gate with white brick wall and piers. Railings and gate with Gothic motifs on dwarf wall with polygonal piers. Interior not inspected.

  • Historic England Reference: 1193473

Other Images

gaston-1908<br>Gaston House, thought to be 1908. The beech tree in the foreground lasted until 2001 when, sadly it had to be felled because of honey fungus infection<br />

gaston-1908

Gaston House, thought to be 1908. The beech tree in the foreground lasted until 2001 when, sadly it had to be felled because of honey fungus infection

 

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