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© Mr Richard M. Brown FRICS

IoE Number: 363333
Photographer: Mr Richard M. Brown FRICS
Date Photographed: 11 March 2007
Date listed: 21 June 1948
Date of last amendment: 23 February 1983
Grade II

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BRIGHTON ROAD1.Broadfield5403Broadfield House(formerly listed as

BRIGHTON ROAD 1. Broadfield 5403 Broadfield House (formerly listed as Broadfield Country Club) TQ 23 SE 4/11 21.6.48 II Circa 1830 residence with wing of circa 1860. Two storeys stuccoed having low pitched Welsh slate roofs with deep projecting eaves. The main front facing east has 5 windows, including a curved 2-storey bow as a centre feature with a verandah projecting from the lower storey supported on 5 square piers and 2 Tuscan columns. The north front is of 3 bays with a small bow in the centre of the upper storey and a verandah below. The windows have jalousies and are glazed with wide centre panes and narrow side panes. Three ground floor rooms of the original part retain decoration of the end of the first Greek Revival period. Additions on west side of circa 1860 when a large hall with first floor gallery and top-lighting was formed. The entrance in the north front is in this westward extension of 3 bays, which has round-headed windows.

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