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33,35 and 37, High Street, Kings Langley

Description: 33,35 and 37, High Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 2 December 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 157665

OS Grid Reference: TL0720302718
OS Grid Coordinates: 507203, 202718
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7130, -0.4497

Location: Little Hayes, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire WD4 8AB

Locality: Kings Langley
Local Authority: Dacorum Borough Council
County: Hertfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: WD4 8AB

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Listing Text

TL 0702 (East side)

13/134 Nos. 33, 35 and 37


2 houses, now a house (No. 33) and a shop (No. 35/37). C17, S block
c.1700, C19 shopfront to No.37. Red brick, probably incorporating timber
framing, with steep old red tile roofs. Hipped roofs to S block. A
2-storeys and cellar, L-shaped building facing W, but more elaborate
elevation of S block faces S. Nos. 33 and 35 comprise a 3-unit,
internal-chimney, lobby-entry plan house with chimney in No. 33 a third
from N end. The red brick front has 3 windows to each floor with
segmental arches and 3-light casements. No. 33 has a 4-panel half-glazed
door in a moulded frame under a gabled trellis porch. No. 35 has a
6-panel fielded door c.1700 with a wide moulded flat hood. Large central
square chimney to No. 33. Tall formal S block has a contemporary rear
service bay, deep semi-basement with bread ovens (lintel of cast iron in
show front to S and narrow W end to street now with projecting C19
shopfront with fascia and central glazed door. Show front 5 windows wide
with stucco plinth, moulded brick floor band, flat gauged arches to
ground floor, rubbed brick red segmental arches with fluted stone
keystones to 1st floor with bluebrick between red brick window dressings
and used as recessed blocking to central upper window. Flush box sashes
with segmental heads on 1st floor and 6/6 panes. Former central door
altered to a window. 2 segmental headed cellar windows. Similar
segmental arch and keystone upper window to W end with sash window. Rear
part has cross windows to E with a large E external chimney. 8-panel
fielded door into S side up 2 steps under a flat hood on shaped brackets
with rectangular, small-paned, oriel to RH. Very large N rear wall
chimney to S block has 6 flues, moulded capping, and projects into No.35.

Listing NGR: TL0720302718

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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