Ellerslie, Blacker Road, Edgerton

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  • appears on maps: 1892 [#36], 1905 [#56]
  • location on map: off Blacker Road, Edgerton
  • status: still exists
  • category: private house
  • notes: used as a Nurses' Training Centre by 1960

Historic England Listing

  • Grade II
  • first listed 29 September 1978
  • listing entry number 1220505
BLACKER ROAD (West Side). Edgerton. No 200 (Ellerslie). Mid C19. Hammer-dressed stone. Ashlar dressings. Pitched slate roof. Two storeys and attics. Various coped gables on kneelers. Entrance front has gable on left, three-storey tower in centre, and one further bay to right. Left hand part has two-storey canted bay with sashes, foliate impost bands, carved panels between storeys, moulded cornices and hipped stone roof: 2-light sash in gable ends, with colonnette with foliate capital. Porch in centre, with moulded gable coping, gabled finials taken on aedicules with pink granite colonnette; corbelled out at corners, moulded 2-centred arch with two orders of pink granite. Colonnettes and stylised foliage impost band. First floor has 2-light sash with colonnette with foliate capital. Single light sash on second floor. Deeply moulded bracketed cornice. Right hand part has two French casements on ground floor and tripartite sash on first floor, with frame corbelled out, surmounted by moulded cornice, with stylised foliage impost band, colonnette and foliate capital. North front also has three bays of which the left hand one repeats the left hand one in main front: right hand has oblong bay of five lights on ground floor, three on first floor, moulded cornices above both, colonnettes with foliate capitals, and panels of elaborate foliate and figurative carving: gable with third panel above. All windows have hoodmoulds, most of which break upwards in centre.


Ellerslie, Blacker Road, Edgerton


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