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© Mr Arthur A. Chapman FRICS

IoE Number: 314554
Location: WATERHOUSE, WATERHOUSE LANE (south side)
  LIMPLEY STOKE, WEST WILTSHIRE, WILTSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Arthur A. Chapman FRICS
Date Photographed: 27 June 2000
Date listed: 14 June 1988
Date of last amendment: 14 June 1988
Grade II

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St 76 SELIMPLEY STOKEWATERMOOR LANE(south side)3/108Waterhouse

St 76 SE LIMPLEY STOKE WATERMOOR LANE (south side) 3/108 Waterhouse GV II Country house, now residential home for the elderly. Late C18, extended C20. Limestone ashlar, flat roof, ashlar stacks. Three- storey 7-window north east front. Two left hand bays project slightly with two 12-pane sashes to ground and first floors, three French windows and one sash to right part. First floor has total of seven sashes, all in moulded architraves with cornices. Second floor has pivot-hung window to left hand, four 6-pane sashes to right, eaves band and moulded cornice to parapet. Rear has French windows and one 8-pane sash to centre with tripartite sash to sides, 12-pane sash and pairs of sashes to first floor, moulded string courses to each floor, second floor has six 6-pane sashes, moulded cornice to parapet. Right return has half-glazed door and 3-light casement to basement, three ground floor sashes, four first floor sashes and 6-pane second floor sashes. Main entrance formerly on left return, obscured by 1983 wing, not of special interest. Interior retains some original joinery; 6-panelled doors in moulded architraves, window shutters, cupboards with glazed doors, good coloured marble fireplaces in ground floor reception rooms, reset C18 stairs with three turned balusters per tread, ramped and moulded handrail, rising up to second floor. House used as a residential home since 1947, founded by Rev Percy Warrington.

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