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Hyde Cross

A Grade II Listed Building in Marlborough, Wiltshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4236 / 51°25'25"N

Longitude: -1.7358 / 1°44'8"W

OS Eastings: 418468

OS Northings: 169433

OS Grid: SU184694

Mapcode National: GBR 4X2.L0L

Mapcode Global: VHB46.VHQ0

Entry Name: Hyde Cross

Listing Date: 12 February 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1243617

English Heritage Legacy ID: 447691

Location: Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8

County: Wiltshire

Civil Parish: Marlborough

Built-Up Area: Marlborough

Traditional County: Wiltshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire

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Listing Text

MARLBOROUGH CROSS LANE
SU 1869
3/351 Hyde Cross

II

House. Dated 1902, possibly by C E Ponting architect and surveyor for Marlborough
College; extended in late C20. Flemish bond diapered red and blue brick with
tumbling in the gables and stone dressings. 3-span slate gabled roof. Brick
stacks with engaged octagonal shafts. Plan: 3 short parallel ranges side-by-side;
the left (east) range is longer and projects on the north front with the main
entrance porch in the right hand angle and services on the left side, beyond which
is a late C20 conservatory. Vernacular revival style. Exterior: 2 storeys.
Asymmetrical north front with 3 gables; that to right with large projecting stack
with tile weathered set-offs and pair of octagonal shafts; the left gable has
stone mullion windows, central canted bays and its roof carried down on both
sides, over a stone arcaded porch on right side and over the service rooms on left
side where there is a 3-centre arch doorway. Flat-roof dormers on both sides of
left hand range. The south garden front has 3 symmetrical gables, the centre
gable has projecting stack with large stone coat-of-arms joined to small flanking
windows on first floor and doorway on left with stone mullioned fanlight and
2-light mullion window on right. The gables to left and right have large canted
single storey bay windows with stone mullion-transom windows and 4-light stone
mullion-transom windows above on first floor. Outshut on right (east) with
adjoining late C20 single storey conservatory. All leaded pane casement windows.
Ornate rainwater heads. Interior: Not inspected.
Note: Built for Marlborough College house masters. The architet C E Ponting also
designed Marlborough Town Hall and Marlborough College Gymnasium qv.
Service: Kennet District Council Planning Department.


Listing NGR: SU1846869433

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Description

MARLBOROUGH CROSS LANE
SU 1869
3/351 Hyde Cross

II

House. Dated 1902, possibly by C E Ponting architect and surveyor for Marlborough
College; extended in late C20. Flemish bond diapered red and blue brick with
tumbling in the gables and stone dressings. 3-span slate gabled roof. Brick
stacks with engaged octagonal shafts. Plan: 3 short parallel ranges side-by-side;
the left (east) range is longer and projects on the north front with the main
entrance porch in the right hand angle and services on the left side, beyond which
is a late C20 conservatory. Vernacular revival style. Exterior: 2 storeys.
Asymmetrical north front with 3 gables; that to right with large projecting stack
with tile weathered set-offs and pair of octagonal shafts; the left gable has
stone mullion windows, central canted bays and its roof carried down on both
sides, over a stone arcaded porch on right side and over the service rooms on left
side where there is a 3-centre arch doorway. Flat-roof dormers on both sides of
left hand range. The south garden front has 3 symmetrical gables, the centre
gable has projecting stack with large stone coat-of-arms joined to small flanking
windows on first floor and doorway on left with stone mullioned fanlight and
2-light mullion window on right. The gables to left and right have large canted
single storey bay windows with stone mullion-transom windows and 4-light stone
mullion-transom windows above on first floor. Outshut on right (east) with
adjoining late C20 single storey conservatory. All leaded pane casement windows.
Ornate rainwater heads. Interior: Not inspected.
Note: Built for Marlborough College house masters. The architet C E Ponting also
designed Marlborough Town Hall and Marlborough College Gymnasium qv.
Service: Kennet District Council Planning Department.


Listing NGR: SU1846869433

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