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Mevell House : 7 Newcastle Circus

Large detached house c1877 by architect T.C. Hine. House and stable block Grade II Listed. House now converted into flats. Red brick with stone dressings and hipped slate roof. Two storeys plus attic and basement. Coursed rubble stone wall to exposed basement storey in yard area facing Clumber Road East. Substantial part of original garden area developed for separate residential use c1980. Original stable block in rear yard area converted for residential use. Projecting central bay to main entrance on Newcastle Circus front. Elaborate ashlar doorcase with round arched main entrance opening flanked by columns with panelled double doors and inner doors with overlight. Above, tripartite window flanked by panelled stone pilasters and above again, round arched window in shaped gable with finial at attic level. Round headed, glazing bar French windows in moulded ashlar surrounds on either side of main entrance doorway and above, first floor moulded ashlar band plus glazing bar sash windows in moulded ashlar surrounds. Coved plaster eaves. South facing facade has two storey, hipped roof canted window bay with glazing bar French window and sidelights plus 3 glazing bar sashes above. To right, two storey rectangular window bay with pair of round arched and square headed glazing bar sash windows at ground and first floor levels. Centrally, between bays, similar French window with sash window above. Large stone framed, mullioned and transomed stair window on north facing facade with leaded glazing. To left of stair window, two storey original extension with shaped gables. Exposed basement storey to rear facade with two storey rectangular window bay including glazing bar French windows with fanlights. Elsewhere, various plain or glazing bar sash windows with ashlar surrounds in singles and pairs. Hipped slate roof to house with clay ridge and hip tiles plus later dormer windows and roof windows. Red brick ridge and side wall chimney stacks with stone moulded string courses and copings. Original chimney pots replaced. Windows mainly glazing bar sashes with some plain sashes and a number of alterations and additions. Red brick former stable and carriage building with gabled plain tile roof, 5no. round arched openings and central gabled dormer. Decorative brick detail at eaves, gable verges and round arched openings. Part of brickwork to stable has been rendered or painted. Prominent red brick with ashlar and coursed rubble stone boundary wall encircling house and original yard and garden areas with gate piers, plus railings adjacent to main entrance area on Newcastle Circus.

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