Number 7 and Attached Wall

House, the upper floor and attic converted to a separate flat. 1667-70, for William Lambe, gentleman. Incorporates medieval walls; major C18 and early C19 alterations and extension.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
571483
Names
Number 7 and Attached Wall
Coordinates
51.8680010° N, 2.2476540° W
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Listed on
Grade II listed building
listed building (England)

Location Map

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Timeline

23 Jan 1952

Number 7 and Attached Wall designated a Grade II listed building

National Heritage List for England Data

Number 7 and Attached Wall is listed on the National Heritage List for England with the following data. Some information may have become outdated since the date of listing. Text courtesy of Historic England. © Crown Copyright, reprinted under the Open Government License.

List Entry ID
1271719
Grade
II
Name
NUMBER 7 AND ATTACHED WALL
Location
NUMBER 7 AND ATTACHED WALL, 7, MILLERS GREEN
District
Gloucester
County
Gloucestershire
Grid Reference
SO 83044 18854

GLOUCESTER

SO8318NW MILLER'S GREEN 844-1/8/210 (South side) 23/01/52 No.7 and attached wall (Formerly Listed as: MILLER'S GREEN No.7)

GV II

House, the upper floor and attic converted to a separate flat. 1667-70, for William Lambe, gentleman. Incorporates medieval walls; major C18 and early C19 alterations and extension. Stone rubble in courses and random rubble, ashlar quoins, brick with stone and stucco details, tiled roof with gables, gabled dormers, brick stacks. Double-depth block with wide, projecting cross-wing on west side forming L-plan; within the angle a later, single-storey block flanking the entry to the house; on the east side a recessed, lateral, added wing at rear of small yard enclosed by walls. EXTERIOR: the main block and wing of three storeys, attic and cellar. On the front the entrance to the house through an early C19 archway leading to an open passage between the side of the projecting wing to right, and the small, single-storey end-gabled block to left; steps in the passage ascending to a two-storey porch with lean-to roof in angle of main block and wing; the stuccoed entrance archway, with plain jambs and basket arch, and framed by a square piers with plain, recessed panels on the outer face, links the corner of the wing and the corner of the small block. To right of the archway the front of the cross-gabled wing, of coursed, squared rubble, has an offset plinth, and a buttress at outer corner capped by a weathered offset just above first-floor level; on each floor two late C18 or early C19 sashes, all with glazing bars (3x4 panes) in plain openings; in the gable a double casement with leadlights; to left of archway the brick front of the small single-storey block has a central tri-partite window, the sashes with glazing bars (3x4 panes and 1x4 panes) and in timber frame within opening with brick, segmental-arched head...

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Bibliography

  1. “NUMBER 7 AND ATTACHED WALL.” The National Heritage List for England. Web. Accessed 8 Oct. 2013. <https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1271719>