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© Mr Steve Davis

IoE Number: 57930
Location: TURNER HEATH, 103 BOLLINGTON ROAD (west side)
  BOLLINGTON, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE
Photographer: Mr Steve Davis
Date Photographed: 26 April 2005
Date listed: 09 December 1983
Date of last amendment: 09 December 1983
Grade II

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SJ 97 NWBOLLINGTONBOLLINGTON ROAD(West Side)2/13No. 103 (Turner Heath).

SJ 97 NW BOLLINGTON BOLLINGTON ROAD (West Side) 2/13 No. 103 (Turner Heath). GV II House: Early C18 origins, rebuilt c1780. Flemish bond red-brick with purple headers on buff sandstone plinth from an earlier house. Kerridge stone-slate roof, stone ridge and 3 brick chimneys. 3-storey, 3-bay front. Fluted stone frieze under projecting cornice. Central bay projects slightly and has 12-pane sashes under segmental rough brick heads with 6-pane sash in top storey. Left end bay has pairs of 12-pane sashes under broad segmental heads with a pair of 6-pane sashes in the top storey. Similar in right end bay, but for door behind C20 glass and brick porch. Broad elliptical gauged and rubbed brick headed doorcase over fanlight with diamond shaped tracery. Door has 8 lozenge-shaped moulded panels and is flanked by engaged Ionic columns. To rear wall is in sandstone rubble and has traces of earlier C18 windows. Interior: Moulded elliptical openings, fluted surrounds with rosettes in the corners to 6-panelled doors; Georgian spiral staircase with square balusters and open string with carved acorns. Home of the Antrobuses who had a silk mill adjacent and later Lowerhouse Mill (q.v.) all sold to Samual Greg jnr. One storey C20 extension to the left not of special interest.

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