|Bentley House, 179
Wolverhampton Road West, Bentley.
|Grade II listed building, listed on 31st July, 1986.
An early to mid 19th century building, built of brick in
Flemish bond with a tile roof. It has two storeys, four
bays and narrow 20th century sash windows with glazing
bars, stone sills and concrete heads inserted between
the third and fourth bays. The ground floor windows have
lintels with two panels and central patera, and cornices
on consoles. The door, in the second bay has six flush
panels with reeded borders and the doorcase has panelled
reveals and a fanlight. It also has engaged Tuscan
columns with a triglyph at the top and an open pediment.
There is also a stucco eaves cornice with a blocking
course and chimneys on the gables and between the third
and fourth bays. The staircase has stick balusters and a