A Grade II listed house, dated to the 17th or early 18th century, altered in the early 19th century, with an 1893 wing to the rear. Built of coursed squared sandstone, partly rendered, with red brick and sandstone dressings, with a plain tile roof to east, Welsh slate roof to the west, and a central brick roof-ridge chimney-stack, the house has two storeys and attics on a chamfered stone plinth. The east elevation has irregular three gabled bays and an additional two bays to the left. The off-centre doorway has a raised and fielded panelled door with windows on each side, all enclosed within a 17th century moulded stone surround. To the right is a tripartite glazing bar sash window in a moulded stone surround and a doorway with half glazed door, in a moulded stone surround. To the left is a glazing bar sash window and beyond is an open carriage entrance through the building. The first floor right-hand part has a small central window in moulded stone surround, flanked on each side by tripartite glazing bar sash windows in plain raised stone surrounds. There are three small windows in each of the gables above. The left-hand two bays have two early 18th century glazing bar sash windows with moulded architraves and a sill band. There is a cornice and parapet above. The irregular rear elevation has a four-light recessed and chamfered mullion window and the remains of a similar two-light window below. See list description for further details. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1158276.
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DUFFIELD, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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