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Latitude: 50.8674 / 50°52'2"N
Longitude: -1.3951 / 1°23'42"W
OS Eastings: 442660
OS Northings: 107715
OS Grid: SU426077
Mapcode National: GBR 888.G45
Mapcode Global: FRA 76ZT.09F
Entry Name: Murray House
Listing Date: 11 July 1986
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1094358
English Heritage Legacy ID: 143406
Location: Hythe and Dibden, New Forest, Hampshire, SO45
District: New Forest
Civil Parish: Hythe and Dibden
Built-Up Area: Hythe
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire
Church of England Parish: Hythe St John the Baptist
Church of England Diocese: Winchester
DIBDEN SHORE ROAD, HYTHE
SU 40 NW
9/21 Murray House (formerly
The Murrays Hotel)
Hotel now offices. 1901 on gable. Brick with stone dressings, 1st floor
partly pebbledashed, plain tile roof. Of Art Nouveau style, a complex
essay in asymmetrical balance, 2 storey, front of 3 parts, wings to rear.
Front has to one end projecting asymmetrical gable. On ground floor
blocked almost Baroque stone door. Beside 4-transomed-light mullioned
window. 1st floor string. 1st floor pebbledashed. 4-light leaded
casement with lead tray and brick round window below longer face of roof.
In gable pargetting with inscription 'Murray's Hotel' in Renaissance panel
and '1901' over. That end of building has 1/2-hexagonal wall with external
end stack. To centre similar blocked door with 2-light mullioned window
either side. 4-light leaded casement to one side and 2-light window in
gabled dormer against long faced roof of projecting gable. Other end bay
has full-height canted bay of brick. Stone mullioned windows on both
floors, 3-light to front, 1 to each side. Above stone cornice to plain
parapet standing above eaves level. Stack to end of buildings. Main roof
overhangs at either end. Inside many features have survived.
Listing NGR: SU4258207780
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