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IoE Number: 61690
Photographer: Mrs Ann Owens
Date Photographed: 05 September 2001
Date listed: 26 January 1987
Date of last amendment: 26 January 1987
Grade II*

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SX 45 NW ANTONYMARYFIELD3/8Maryfield House

SX 45 NW ANTONY MARYFIELD 3/8 Maryfield House GV II* School, (built shortly after 1847 by W.H. Pole Carew) rebuilt as vicarage for Church of St. Philip and St. James, remodelled by William White c. 1849 altered as 2 houses. Sandstone rubble with granite dressings, slate roofs. Original schoolroom to left, with principal rooms in 2 wings projecting to front, with paralled end block to right. Longitudinal passage approached from rear entrance passage with service rooms to rear; to rear right there are grouped around a small courtyard with a tower to rear right. Asymmetrical composition in Gothic style. 2½ storeys, front of 2-bay school hall, 2 gabled wings and 2 further bays to end right. School hall has two 2-light windows at ground floor with shouldered heads, 2 gabled dormers above each with 2-light pointed arched window; raised coped verges, bellcote with spire, finial and weathervane, stack to front of ridge. Gabled wing to right has canted bay through 2 storeys with 3-light pointed arched window with sidelights at groud and first floor, hipped stone roof and bull's eye above. 2nd gabled wing has ground floor projecting bay with pitched roof and 3-light window with trefoil heads to lights; 2-light window with shouldered heads at first floor, triple lancet at attic, central light taller. Set back to right, a pointed arched moulded doorway with single lancet and gable over. 2-storey block to right with gable ends to sides, has canted bay at ground floor with 4-light window with pointed arched heads, sidelights and transom, 2 paired lancets at first floor and tall gabled dormer above with triplet lancet. Gable end to left has single lancet at attic level, gable end to right has external stack. The wing to right has a porch to the side, with pointed arched door with strap hinges, 2-light window with shouldered heads above. The wing to right has an external stack to the side. The gable end of the school half has a large 6-light mullion and transom window with shouldered heads. The right end forms a U-plan, creating an inner courtyard, with single storey outhouses attached to left, and to the centre, a glazed gable at ground floor and gable dormer above with paired lancets. To right, a further wing projects, with a circular porch tower of 3 storeys, with lancets and string course; the tower is octagonal above the string course, with corbelled eaves and pyramidal stone roof with finial; pointed arched door. Gable end of wing to right has triple lancet at ground floor and paired lancet at first floor. At the rear, the wing to right has gable end with two 2-light windows at ground floor with trefoil heads, arched breathers in gable end. Rear of wing to left has 2-light mullioned casement and central ridge stack. To the centre, a porch with pitched roof over pointed arched door. Interior Staircase has quatrefoil pierced balustrade and chamfered newels with finials. Drawing room has beamed ceiling with large brackets on corbels and fireplace with pointed arch and mounted shelt on brackets. The windows in the drawing room hae plank shutters with crested tops. Study has screen on marble columns in front of bay window and small granite fireplace wih 2-centred arch. The interior is virtually complete and has many interesting features designed by White.

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