Replacement Queen Anne House
The replacement house in the Queen Anne/early Georgian style is set over two storeys with single storey wings that immediately flank the main body of the house to the side elevations. Further accommodation is provided within the roof space. The house has been designed as a ‘deep plan’ rectangular building, which creates an efficient building in terms of the amount of external wall area to volume. The entrance elevation to the north east is defined by a projecting central bay with a pediment roof. A parapet with cornice wraps around the building at eaves level and links into the central pediments. The principal entrance is defined by a central stone portico, in the classical Tuscan order. The overall design maintains a pronounced classical style, with the decorative detailing being a correctly applied interpretation of the classical orders. Finished in lime render and a natural slate tile roof, the house fits well with various other properties found in the surrounding areas.