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48 CLEVEDEN DRIVE, STONELEIGH, AND GATEPIERSLB32306

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Group Category Details
100000020 - See Notes
Date Added
15/12/1970
Local Authority
Glasgow
Planning Authority
Glasgow
Burgh
Glasgow
NGR
NS 55976 68019
Coordinates
255976, 668019

Description

H E Clifford, architect; built circa 1900-10. Asymmetrical Elizabethan-style villa built on steeply sloping site. Mainly

2 storeys and basement with 3-storey tower to W. Stugged

ashlar with polished margins and quoins. Windows mainly bi- or tripartite with transoms and/or mullions; roll-moulded reveals

to those of S facade; hollow chamfered to N and E.

N facade with 2 storey, 3-bay block with porte-cochere to left;

Ionic pilasters at angles, corniced and with elaborate pierced

ashlar balustrade. Depressed arch doorpiece with bold keystone

and art nouveau panelled door. To right 2 full-height canted

bay windows with embattled parapet. Ground floor lights

round-headed with cusp tracery. At right projecting 3-storey

square tower with round-headed door with square hoodmould.

Shallow canted tripartite oriel window supported on corbel

course to 2nd floor. Otherwise asymmetrically placed bipartites

or narrow transomed lights with small-pane glazing. Stair

turret feature to re-entrant angle, corbelled embattled parapet.

Linking porte-cochere and tower, balustrade with die pedestals supporting ball finials.

Single storey wings to E and W with deep basements; that to E

with deep parapet and pinnacles.

S elevation with full-height bay windows with gables flanking balustraded balcony to 4-light ground floor window. Slate

roofs, tall axial and wallhead stacks plain skews and

skewstones.

INTERIOR: elaborate interior with good carved timber or

marble chimneypieces, some details Jacobean, other in the

Glasgow style. Carved timber balusters and newel posts; stair

window with good leaded and stained glass. Good panelling,

fitted cupboards, doorcases and light fittings.

Low coped ashlar wall to garden with 2 pairs of tall banded

ashlar gatepiers.

Statement of Special Interest

Part of Cleveden Crescent B group.

References

Bibliography

Information by courtesy of the Buildings of Scotland Research

Unit. Plans and interiors in H Muthesius THE ENGLISH HOUSE,

1979 pp 138 ff.

Interiors illustrated Studio Year Book (of Decorative Art)

1906, pp 1, 14, 22, 25, 33-4.

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