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Red Court

A Grade II Listed Building in Long Eaton, Derbyshire

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Latitude: 52.901 / 52°54'3"N

Longitude: -1.288 / 1°17'16"W

OS Eastings: 447988

OS Northings: 333968

OS Grid: SK479339

Mapcode National: GBR 7GT.552

Mapcode Global: WHDH3.5BXV

Plus Code: 9C4WWP26+CQ

Entry Name: Red Court

Listing Date: 2 May 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1204178

English Heritage Legacy ID: 82206

Location: Derby Road, Erewash, Derbyshire, NG10

County: Derbyshire

District: Erewash

Electoral Ward/Division: Derby Road West

Parish: Non Civil Parish

Built-Up Area: Long Eaton

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Long Eaton St John

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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SK 43 SE
4/19 (North Side)
Red Court, No 170
House. 1910 by Osborne Moorhouse Thorpe, with minor later
alterations. Arts and Crafts style. Red brick, pebbledashed to
first floor, and some timber framing with decorative brick
nogging or plasterwork, timber and stone dressings. Steeply
pitched plain tile roof with overhanging eaves and rendered
brick stacks hidden to rear of the building. Two storeys with
attics, butterfly plan. South elevation has straight centre bay
with 4-light leaded casement window to centre, similar single
light window to west and to east a gabled porch with tapering
angle buttresses to either side of a segment headed doorcase.
The lintel and keystone of the doorcase are encased in
decorative leadwork and to either side the stone impost blocks
have carved foliage ends, below are the original doors with
panes of bottle glass. Over the door is a semi-circular leaded
lantern in the timberwork gable. Attached to east side of the
porch is a small timber framed balcony. To either side, the
angled wings have advanced central 3-light timber cross windows
and above there are similar 3-light windows with a panel of
timber framing and brick nogging below. Central bay has a pair
of central doors, formerly leading on to a balcony, flanked
either side by small 2-light windows, with single light windows
beyond. Above again is a large timber framed gable with a
central Venetian style balcony with leaded casements behind, set
within a panel of brick nogging over which there is a bracketed
panel of plasterwork to the top of the gable. Each gable end of
the angled wings has large timber brackets carved with beasts
heads, holding up a jettied first floor. The east wing has a
bay window with leaded cross windows to ground floor and a
pebbledashed segment headed balcony arch over with stone
keyblock and brick nogged timber frame balustrade, also a
bracketed roof over and timber framing with plaster panels to
the top of the gable. West wing has a canted bay window with
glazed door to front to the ground floor and a segment headed
balcony above flanked by casement windows, set within Cheshire
style decorative timber framing. Interior has high quality
contemporary fittings. Central two storey galleried hall has
Elizabethan style panelling with plasterwork panels above and
the original light fittings on the staircase. West sitting room
has fitted bureau, and cupboards round a large fireplace with
beaten copper hood inset with shells, also with stained glass
windows above. All doors have stained glass and the master
bedroom has its contemporary suite of mahogany furniture.

Listing NGR: SK4798833968

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