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© Mr Alan Bradley LRPS

IoE Number: 350454
Location: DINSDALE PARK RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL, NEASHAM ROAD (east off)
  LOW DINSDALE, DARLINGTON, DURHAM
Photographer: Mr Alan Bradley LRPS
Date Photographed: 24 May 2000
Date listed: 20 March 1967
Date of last amendment: 20 March 1967
Grade II

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LOW DINSDALENEASHAM ROADNZ 31 SW(East side, off)8/51Dinsdale Park20/3/67Residential School

LOW DINSDALE NEASHAM ROAD NZ 31 SW (East side, off) 8/51 Dinsdale Park 20/3/67 Residential School II Former spa hotel, recently a Residential School. 1829 by Ignatius Bonomi for John Lambton, Lord Durham; mid C19 rear additions. Pink brick in Flemish bond; stone dressings. Welsh slate roofs with brick chimney stacks. Additions at right-angles to main block: 2-storey wing on right rear; double span on centre rear; single-storey wing on left rear. Classical style. 3-storey main block; 1:2:1:2:1 bays. End bays framed by brick pilasters; canted centre bay. Stone plinth, first-floor sill band, eaves cornice and parapet. 4-panel door and overlight, in late C19 roughcast stone porch, in bay to right of centre. Tripartite sashes in end bays. 15-pane sashes on ground floor, 12-pane on first floor, 9-pane on second floor. Cornice and parapet break forward over pilasters. Low-pitched hipped roof with transverse ridge stacks. 3-bay left return and 4-bay right return with similar details. 2-storey, 8-bay wing on right rear has 16- and 20-pane sashes under segmental heads, 2-storey canted bay windows in end bays and low-pitched hipped roof. 3-storey, 4-bay double range on centre rear has sashes and a low-pitched 2-span roof. One-storey, 4-bay wing on left rear has altered windows and a flat roof; large ashlar porch, with Tuscan columns in antis, at junction between wing and main block. Interior altered in later C19 and C20. Some 6-panel doors in wood architraves, and panelled window shutters; ceiling cornices with Greek-Revival motifs. Extensive C20 rear additions are not of interest.

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