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Listed Building record MDR825 - No. 61 Church Street, The Grey House, Ashbourne

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  • (Georgian to 21st Century - 1760 AD? to 2050 AD)

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No. 61 Church Street, The Grey House, Ashbourne, built c1760. From the National Heritage List for England: 'SK14 NE 1/12 15.6.51. CHURCH STREET (North-West Side)No 6l(The Grey House) GII* 1760-70. A large and imposing house.Freestone.Three storeys.Of three bays with three-light angular bay at each side,the central lights featured(in architrave to second storey with pediments to lower storey).Large Roman Doric cornice hood porch with dentilled pediment; segmental-headed door and pilastered side-lights;steps.Venetian window to second storey of central bay,semi-circular three-light window above,stone corbelled cornice;parapet with inset balustrades;inset pediments to central bay.Inside, cellars with brick barrel vaulting and old mullioned window with diamond quarrels and glass,now below street level.Probably a remnant of an earlier house.Powder closets and doors inside.C19 elaborate plaster ceiling.Nos 43 to 61 (odd), and the Old Grammar School and the pavement at the front of the Old Grammar School form a group of the greatest importance. Listing NGR: SK1773546547.' (1)

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  • <1> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England.



Grid reference SK 17735 46547 (point) (Centre)

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Record last edited

Sep 5 2019 11:43AM

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