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Latitude: 51.4366 / 51°26'11"N
Longitude: -2.005 / 2°0'17"W
OS Eastings: 399750
OS Northings: 170844
OS Grid: ST997708
Mapcode National: GBR 2SV.XKB
Mapcode Global: VHB42.65D1
Plus Code: 9C3VCXPW+J2
Entry Name: Marden House Centre
Listing Date: 8 July 1976
Last Amended: 22 December 1995
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1247334
English Heritage Legacy ID: 456738
Location: Calne, Wiltshire, SN11
Civil Parish: Calne
Built-Up Area: Calne
Traditional County: Wiltshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Wiltshire
Church of England Parish: Calne and Blackland St Mary the Virgin
Church of England Diocese: Salisbury
ST9970 NEW ROAD
755-1/5/109 (West side)
08/07/76 Marden House Centre
(Formerly Listed as:
Marden House (Harris's))
Former canal building at the termination of the Calne branch
of the Wiltshire and Berkshire Canal, probably occupied by the
wharfinger, now a community centre. C18 and c1830. Ashlar to
the c1830 projecting central block and coursed limestone
rubble to the rest, steep-pitched roofs to the side wings,
pantile to the rear, slate to the front slope of left wing
with a small square stack to the left gable end; pantile roof
to the right; slate to the front of main block, truncated
stone stack to the right.
Single-depth plan to symmetrical 3-window-range central block
which was built into the front of the former building creating
a double-pitched double-depth plan. 2 storeys; 2 windows to
each wing, making 7-window range overall.
The C20 double doors have a C19 overlight of 4 panes, flanked
by C19 flat arches with keystones to plate-glass sash windows
with margin panes, those to the ground floor are wider. A
cornice below the parapet has a fluted frieze. The C18 block
to the left has a similar window to the first floor, an ashlar
platband, a small C19 plate-glass window to the ground-floor
left and a C20 door to the right
The wing to the right, probably older, is of softer limestone
rubble with two C19 horned 2/2-pane sash windows to the first
floor, a platband over a C20 door and porch to the right and a
C20 plate-glass window to the far right. To apex of the gable
end of the right return is a small C18 window.
INTERIOR: the ground floor of the central block retains
panelled window shutters and reveal to the door. In 1914 the
first floor was removed and the roof timber trusses replaced
with metal to create a scout hall.
Included for group value and historical interest.
Listing NGR: ST9975070844
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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