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Description: Theobalds Park College
Date Listed: 11 June 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 157263
OS Grid Reference: TL3449200724
OS Grid Coordinates: 534492, 200724
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6892, -0.0557
BULLS CROSS RIDE
(north east side)
Theobalds Park College
(formerly listed as Middlesex
County Council Secondary School
TL 30SW : 4/41 11.6.54 (Formerly Theobalds Park Hotel)
1763 for George Prescott, extended N and S by the Meux family in
early and late C19. Red brick, Portland stone dressings, slate
roofs. 3 storeys. 5-window W entrance front with slightly
projecting pedimented centre having balustraded 1-storey portico
and 1st floor Venetian windows. Modillioned cornice, parapet.
Forward-curving 1 storey colonades to small outer wings with
brick modillioned cornices and pediments facing courtyard. E
garden elevation with full height canted window bay and Gd floor
and 1st floor flanking Venetian windows. Balustraded parapet and
bracketed cornice continuous with N and S, 4-window, early C19
additions, which have large Gd floor Venetian windows with paired
Greek Ionic columns. Further 4-window late C19 extensions on N
with similar details; S end has 5-stage French Renaissance style
square tower with banded stone courses, 4th and 5th floors with
applied pilasters and shell headed windows. Terracotta frieze and
Interior has good entrance hall on W side, divided by Venetian
screens with Adam style detail. Grotesque painted central
ceiling, semicircular staircase on N. E centre room with very
gocd, reused, early-C17 arcaded panelling with Corinthian half
columns, foliate ornament and figured console brackets. N room
on E front has rich early-C19 deep coffered-octagonal plan ceiling.
Listing NGR: TL3449200724
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Source: English Heritage
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