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Description: Number 12 the Tudors, and Number 14
Date Listed: 30 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 157907
OS Grid Reference: TL0226111283
OS Grid Coordinates: 502261, 211283
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7909, -0.5187
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GREAT GADDESDEN ST. MARGARET'S
TL 01 SW
3/128 No. 12 (The Tudors),
30.11.66 and No. 14 (the latter was
formerly listed as No 14 St
Margaret's in Nettleden with
Potten End parish)
2 adjoining houses. Early C17; No. 12 said to be c.1620, extended into N
bay of No. 14 in C18, rear extension c.1977; No. 14 has a short C19 S
end extension. Timber frames with red brick infill and casing to ground
floor. Steep old red tile roofs. A 2-storeys range facing E set back
from road. No. 12 occupies N part of range, has 3 3-light windows on
each floor. Yorkshire sliding casements with small panes. Plank door to
left of N window in line with internal chimney and lobby entry. Timber
frame of N gable has clasped purlins on a collar. Interior has chimney
built in former cross-passage, and stair up N gable. The floor levels
are higher than in No. 14. This has a gabled brick rear wing, red
tilehung S gable and external S gable chimney. The front has 3 windows
to each floor, wide-spaced studs, straight tension braces. The left-hand
part appears to be framed as a cross-wing but this is not now reflected
in the roof.
Listing NGR: TL0226111283
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Source: English Heritage
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