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4 Grange Road, Five Gables

History of 4 Grange Road

Listed building:

1898 by M H Baillie-Soott. An irregular composition of 2 storeys. Ground floor of red brick; 1st floor of roughcast with half-timbered work to the gables; tiled roof. Front door panelled and glazed and with typical Arts and Crafts ironwork. Windows – all casements with leaded lights, some of them with heart-shapes in the leading. Arts and Crafts detailing within and without, though the interior has been considerably altered.


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