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Lugg View west Wyn

A Grade II Listed Building in Hereford, County of Herefordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 52.0659 / 52°3'57"N

Longitude: -2.6949 / 2°41'41"W

OS Eastings: 352463

OS Northings: 241064

OS Grid: SO524410

Mapcode National: GBR FM.D04D

Mapcode Global: VH85P.7BPM

Entry Name: Lugg View west Wyn

Listing Date: 27 July 1994

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1207820

English Heritage Legacy ID: 372502

Location: Hereford, County of Herefordshire, HR1

County: County of Herefordshire

Civil Parish: Hereford

Built-Up Area: Hereford

Traditional County: Herefordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Herefordshire

Church of England Parish: Tupsley

Church of England Diocese: Hereford

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Listing Text


HEREFORD

SO54SW WALNEY LANE
683-1/3/315 No.20
West Wyn (No.20) and Lugg View

II

House, now houses. Early to mid C19. Ashlar; hipped twin span
Welsh slate roof; 2 brick ridge stacks, with banding.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and cellar; 4-window range: 3, late C19,
2/2 sashes under hood-mouldings, and to left, late C19 canted
2-tier bay with 1/1: 2/2: 1/1 sashes, under hood-moulding;
parapet with castellation. Entrance to centre right: 6
fielded-panel door and Gothick overlight; to right, 2, late
C19, 2/2 sashes; to left, bay; all under hood-mouldings. Right
returned side: coursed rubble with brick modillion eaves.
Rear: painted brick with brick modillion eaves; four late C19,
2/2 sashes and late C19 plain sash; 4-panel door and overlight
with glazing bars, flanked by 6/6 sash and (to right) 10/5
sash, all under brick segmental arches.
INTERIOR: early to mid C19 dogleg staircase with turned newel,
stick balusters and swan neck rail. 1st floor: 5, 4-panel
doors, with architraves. Ground floor: late C19. 6-panel door;
6-panel door with architrave; ceiling rose and coving; alcoves
and cupboards; 6-panel door; 2 plank doors; 4-panel door to
cellar. Cellar: stone-lined; flagstone floor. The 2 right-hand
windows to rear, belong to a flying freehold of Lugg View.


Listing NGR: SO5246341064

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description


HEREFORD

SO54SW WALNEY LANE
683-1/3/315 No.20
West Wyn (No.20) and Lugg View

II

House, now houses. Early to mid C19. Ashlar; hipped twin span
Welsh slate roof; 2 brick ridge stacks, with banding.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and cellar; 4-window range: 3, late C19,
2/2 sashes under hood-mouldings, and to left, late C19 canted
2-tier bay with 1/1: 2/2: 1/1 sashes, under hood-moulding;
parapet with castellation. Entrance to centre right: 6
fielded-panel door and Gothick overlight; to right, 2, late
C19, 2/2 sashes; to left, bay; all under hood-mouldings. Right
returned side: coursed rubble with brick modillion eaves.
Rear: painted brick with brick modillion eaves; four late C19,
2/2 sashes and late C19 plain sash; 4-panel door and overlight
with glazing bars, flanked by 6/6 sash and (to right) 10/5
sash, all under brick segmental arches.
INTERIOR: early to mid C19 dogleg staircase with turned newel,
stick balusters and swan neck rail. 1st floor: 5, 4-panel
doors, with architraves. Ground floor: late C19. 6-panel door;
6-panel door with architrave; ceiling rose and coving; alcoves
and cupboards; 6-panel door; 2 plank doors; 4-panel door to
cellar. Cellar: stone-lined; flagstone floor. The 2 right-hand
windows to rear, belong to a flying freehold of Lugg View.


Listing NGR: SO5246341064

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