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IoE Number: 32992
Location: THE COURT, BROMLEY ROAD (east side)
Photographer: Mr Iain Sim
Date Photographed: 08 June 2002
Date listed: 21 September 1960
Date of last amendment: 21 September 1960
Grade II*

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ST 56 SESTANTON DREW C.P.BROMLEY ROAD (east side)3/97The Court21.9.60G.V.II*

ST 56 SE STANTON DREW C.P. BROMLEY ROAD (east side) 3/97 The Court 21.9.60 G.V. II* House. Mid C18 front, dated 1753 on internal door, incorporating some earlier features, with some later alterations. Front of limestone ashlar, roughly coursed rubble to sides and rear with some sandstone, slate roofs with raised coped verges and ashlar gable stacks. 3 storeys and 5 bays, centre bay broken forward, all windows sashes, smaller at 2nd floor, all in raised moulded architrave, central C20 half-glazed door in moulded architrave, pulvinated frieze, Doric pilasters and segmental pediment; moulded plinth returned to each side of door, chamfered quoins to ends and centre unit, band course above lintels of ground and first floor windows, cornice, parapet and moulded coping, central bay has pediment and plaque with swag. Left return has similar sash at first floor right, joint visible to lower 2-storey wing to left with 3 larger sashes in similar surround at ground floor, three 6-pane sashes at first floor, ashlar between windows, sandstone quoins to rear. Right return has 2-storey rear wing, 3 sashes at ground floor and three 9-pane sashes at first floor, 2 doors in chamfered surrounds with keystone. Rear has parapet wall with coping raised to conceal varied roof-lines, sandstone quoins showing line of wing to right with 2-light casement with ovolo mullion at attic level and small opening to left; block to left has tall 24-pane sash, door with keystone and segmental-headed cellar door; to left, single light in ovolo-moulded surround and 9-pane sash above. Interior: ground floor front rooms have cornices, much remodelled during C19.

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