Kimmins Mill Dudbridge House Sainsbury's Dudbridge Mill/Apperly Curtis/Redlers Site of Hawker's Dyeworks
CA Aerial Dudbridge House 2003
What: A five-bay stone house built c. 1770.
Where: At the top of Dudbridge Meadow off Dudbridge Road
Then: Built for the successful dyer, Richard Hawker, who ran the nearby dyeworks
Now: The house now faces a housing estate which was built in the 1980s, on part of the old dyeworks site and is now converted into flats

Dudbridge House is a five-bay stone house built c.1770 for the successful dyer, Richard Hawker, who ran the nearby Dudbridge Dyeworks. The design is attributed to the architect Anthony Keck, who lived at nearby Kings Stanley from the mid-1760s onwards. A datestone on an outbuilding is inscribed IH 1779.

The house now faces a housing estate, built in the 1980s, on part of the old dyeworks site. Immediately to its west was the Midland Railway's Dudbridge Station, the platforms for which still exist at the beginning of the Ebley bypass.

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