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Latitude: 50.7244 / 50°43'27"N
Longitude: -1.8465 / 1°50'47"W
OS Eastings: 410932
OS Northings: 91649
OS Grid: SZ109916
Mapcode National: GBR XCG.05
Mapcode Global: FRA 7705.BH1
Entry Name: 443-451, Christchurch Road
Listing Date: 1 June 1994
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1140114
English Heritage Legacy ID: 352105
Location: Bournemouth, BH1
Electoral Ward/Division: Boscombe West
Built-Up Area: Bournemouth
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Dorset
Church of England Parish: Bournemouth St John the Evangelist, Boscombe
Church of England Diocese: Winchester
SZ1091 CHRISTCHURCH ROAD,
Boscombe (South East Side)
768-/22/10015 Nos 443 - 451
Terrace of 5 houses. 1899, by J.H. Brewerton for the Rev. H.
Ebben. Brick, rendered above ground-floor level with brickwork
left exposed to quoining flanking corner tower; cross-gabled
plain tile roof, with C20 replacement tiles to Nos 445 and
449; brick stacks. Double-depth plans. 3 storeys with attic.
All elevations in Free Style, with paired Flemish gables
flanking tower at corner with Wharncliffe Road; rest of
Christchurch Road elevation has Flemish-gabled bays
alternating with bays roofed parallel to street and with
brackets to broad projecting eaves; the broad stacks are an
important part of this composition. Christchurch Road
elevation of 3:2:2:2:2
fenestration with floating cornices above 2-light attic
casements and paired sashes with glazing bars (2x2-pane) to
upper sashes; plate-glass windows with top-hung 8-pane lights
to canted 2-storey bay windows and above doorways. Half-glazed
doors with overlights set behind open porches with Tuscan
columns to nowy-headed pediments; 3-light casements to
nowy-headed dormers. Similar fenestration to corner tower and
to Flemish-gabled 2-window return facing Wharncliffe Road.
Interior not inspected.
An early and notable example of the application of free style
design to Domestic Revival architecture.
Listing NGR: SZ1093291649
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