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Latitude: 53.2935 / 53°17'36"N
Longitude: -2.5059 / 2°30'21"W
OS Eastings: 366372
OS Northings: 377512
OS Grid: SJ663775
Mapcode National: GBR BZYC.82
Mapcode Global: WH995.GGXZ
Entry Name: Jasmine Cottage
Listing Date: 27 August 1986
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1139118
English Heritage Legacy ID: 57546
Location: Great Budworth, Cheshire West and Chester, CW9
County: Cheshire West and Chester
Civil Parish: Great Budworth
Traditional County: Cheshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cheshire
Church of England Parish: Great Budworth St Mary and All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Chester
SJ 67 NE GREAT BUDWORTH C.P. HIGH STREET
6/81 No. 54 (Jasmine Cottage)
Nos. 55 & 56 and No. 57
Row of 4 dwellings, partly early C18 or before, refaced and partly
rebuilt by John Douglas for Rowland Egerton Warburton probably just
before 1875. Brown brick in English garden wall bond; clay tile
roofs. 2 storeys plus attics, asymmetrical; the end dwellings are
houses, the 2 between cottages. No.54 (right) comprises cross-gable
flush with wing of 1 room to left; the roof steps down to Nos. 55 and
56, each of 1 room and with gabled half-dormer; No. 55 has combined
projecting porch and parlour bay-window; No. 57 comprises a large
projecting cross gable and a smaller gable, left, flush with the main
frontage. 12-panel doors, those to Nos. 54 and 55 part-glazed;
brick-mullioned windows of 5, 4, 3 and 2 lights with very small leaded
panes; moulded bands and brown brick diapering; plaster lozenge panels
on gables and dormers; shaped brick lateral and ridge chimneys.
Relieving arches over windows; gauged brick arches to doors.
Interiors of No. 55 and 56 could not be inspected; No. 57, with old
brickwork (unbroken vertical joint) at back is of interest: parlour
door of 6 fielded panels has heavy carved architrave of early Georgian
type; cambered arch between hall and stair; broad-board cellar door;
bedroom doors of 6 fielded panels; HL hinges; broad-board attic doors;
purlins of oak. No features of special interst in No. 54. Externally,
the design is confident and advanced, illustrated and admired by T
Raffles Davison in The British Architect 12 December 1884. The block
plan is as shown on OS 1/2500 1 Edition Surveyed 1875.
Listing NGR: SJ6637477517
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