Teachers House, Kingsbury
Teachers House dating from the Post Medieval period onwards, built of brick with stone dressings. It is situated on Coventry Road, Kingsbury.
1 Late 17th century brick and stone dressings. Two storeys and attics, side stone pilasters with moulded capitals. Stone plinth, string courses and moulded eaves cornice. Windows with flat arches and keyblocks. The doorway has a moulded stone architrave with an entableture and curved pediment. Above this is a moulded stone panel with sundial and defaced inscription.
2 Hipped old tile roof. Two gable dormers.
3 The present owners are ‘restoring’ the building. Removing a later fireplace to reveal the original, they exposed a bread oven with a perfect dome roof.