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IoE Number: 457539
Location: WHIRLOW COURT, ECCLESALL ROAD SOUTH (south east side)
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Date listed: 12 December 1995
Date of last amendment: 12 December 1995
Grade II

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SHEFFIELD SK38SW ECCLESALL ROAD SOUTH 784-1/9/301 (South East side) Whirlow Court II Small country house, now judges' lodging. c1870. Coursed squared stone with ashlar dressings and plain tile roof with 3 coped stone ridge stacks. Tudor Revival style. EXTERIOR: plinth, string course, eaves band, crenellated parapets, coped gables. 2 storeys; 5 window range. Double depth plan. Asymmetrical entrance front has central square crenellated tower, 3 stages, with taller octagonal crenellated turret. Canted crenellated stone oriel window with stone cross casement, carried on buttress flanked by transomed single light windows. Above, a double lancet with flat head and label mould. To right, a 4-light cross mullioned window with label mould, flanked to right by a flat-headed single window. Below the main window, a gabled porch with flanking buttress and moulded doorway with hoodmould, half-glazed double door and fanlight. On either side, a single window. Beyond, on either side, a single flat-headed window. Above and to left, a small window between floors. To left of the tower, 3-light and 2-light flat-headed windows. Below, a parapeted flat-roofed projection with a transomed 5-light cross mullioned window. To left again, a gabled cross-wing. Garden front has three 2 storey bay windows, the outer ones canted and with a 3-light cross mullioned window on each floor, the upper ones smaller. Square central bay window has pedimented parapet with crest, and a 4-light cross mullioned window on each floor, the lower one altered to form a French window. On either side, a 2-light mullioned window, and below, to right, a tall 3-light cross mullioned window. INTERIOR not inspected.

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