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Latitude: 54.9055 / 54°54'19"N
Longitude: -2.9318 / 2°55'54"W
OS Eastings: 340348
OS Northings: 557153
OS Grid: NY403571
Mapcode National: GBR 7CZQ.29
Mapcode Global: WH7ZW.YY1Q
Entry Name: Cumbria College of Art and Design Homeacres
Listing Date: 11 April 1994
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1208815
English Heritage Legacy ID: 386635
Location: Carlisle, Cumbria, CA3
Electoral Ward/Division: Stanwix Urban
Built-Up Area: Carlisle
Traditional County: Cumberland
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cumbria
Church of England Parish: Carlisle Stanwix St Michael
Church of England Diocese: Carlisle
NY4057SW BRAMPTON ROAD
671-1/4/58 (North side)
Cumbria College of Art and Design -
House now part of college. Late 1840s or early 1850s. Incised
cement render on squared plinth with raised quoins (dressings
of calciferous sandstone), sill band and dentilled wooden
cornice. Graduated greenslate roof, partly hipped; cement
rendered ridge and rear chimney stacks.
2 storeys, 4 bays with 3-bay left return, double-depth plan
with cross-wing to right. Storeyed wing is gabled with a
canted bay window. Left bays have a right panelled door with
overlight and side lights in stone surround. Sash windows with
original margin glazing bars in plain reveals. Between floors
is a stone balcony on large stone brackets with wrought-iron
balusters and handrail. Right and rear C20 extensions.
INTERIOR has panelled doors in panelled reveals and some
panelled shutters. Moulded plaster ceiling cornices and some
central roundels in principal rooms. Cantilever stone
staircase has scrolled cast-iron balusters and moulded
mahogony handrail; glazed stair cupola has ribbed plaster
vault on console bracketed cornice.
HISTORY: When built this was called The Villa and is marked as
such on the 1865 OS map; later it was known as Stanwix Villa.
JD Carr lived here between 1845 and 1854, and it may have been
built for him. It appears the name was changed by James Morton
when he came to live here in 1900, see Jocelyn Morton (1971).
It was compulsorily purchased by the City Council in 1949, see
Carlisle Journal, (1949) and it became the College of Art in
(Morton, Jocelyn: Three Generations in a Family Textile Firm:
1971-: P.134 & P.201; Carlisle Journal: 18 November 1949:
Listing NGR: NY4033757219
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