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Latitude: 51.473 / 51°28'22"N
Longitude: -2.6375 / 2°38'15"W
OS Eastings: 355816
OS Northings: 175087
OS Grid: ST558750
Mapcode National: GBR JN.LK7Y
Mapcode Global: VH88M.77HM
Entry Name: Sneyd Park House
Listing Date: 30 December 1994
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1202237
English Heritage Legacy ID: 379616
Location: Bristol, BS9
Electoral Ward/Division: Stoke Bishop
Built-Up Area: Bristol
Traditional County: Gloucestershire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Bristol
Church of England Parish: Stoke Bishop
Church of England Diocese: Bristol
ST57NE GOODEVE ROAD, Sneyd Park
901-1/53/1802 (North West side)
Sneyd Park House
House, now flats. 1880. By Henry Dare Bryan. Squared coursed
Pennant with limestone dressings, 2 central stone ridge stacks
and double Roman hipped roof. Eclectic late-Victorian style.
Double-depth plan. 3 storeys; 4-window range.
A decorative front divided by pilasters, with terracotta bands
between the lintels, and a large porte cochere one bay from
the left. This has clasping pilasters, open semicircular
arches to granite responds with foliate capitals, and a
balustrade; beneath is a semicircular-arched doorway with a
plate-glass fanlight and margin lights, 6-panel half-glazed
door, and an inner door and fanlight.
The pilasters are rusticated to the ground floor and diapered
on the first, to paired consoles within a frieze of
rectangular attic panels and a dentil cornice, and C20 brick
eaves; stilted segmental-arched ground-floor windows have
consoles to cornices, and flat-arched first-floor windows have
cornices with crests; 3-light attic windows with mullions, all
with plate-glass sashes.
INTERIOR: large hall, stair removed during conversion to
flats; rear-left room has a strapwork plaster ceiling with
square pendants, a large fireplace with helical Corinthian
columns to a swept pediment and cartouche, square columns to
the corners of the bays, 3/4 panelling and modillion cornice.
Rear right room has a built-in dresser.
HISTORICAL NOTE: originally furnished by Gillows, who had
recently developed Queen Anne style houses on the Chelsea
Embankment, and illustrated in The British Home Today.
(W Shaw Sparow: The British Home Today: 1880-).
Listing NGR: ST5581675087
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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