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Stable Block at Amersfort to North of House, Nettleden with Potten End

Description: Stable Block at Amersfort to North of House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 19 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 157973

OS Grid Reference: TL0105508609
OS Grid Coordinates: 501055, 208609
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7670, -0.5370

Location: The Common, Nettleden, Hertfordshire HP4 2QF

Locality: Nettleden with Potten End
Local Authority: Dacorum Borough Council
County: Hertfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: HP4 2QF

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Listing Text

POTTEN END (South side)
Potten end

5/194 Stable Block at
- Amersfort to North
of house


Stable block, now flats. 1911 by Ernest Willmott for W.S. Cohen, to
complement the main house q.v. '1911' in openwork on windvane. Narrow
plum brick in English garden wall bond with red brick dressings and tile
arches, red tile-hanging to 1st floor, and tall hipped red tile roofs. A
separate L-shaped group with single-storey N stable range facing S and
2-storeys E coachhouse range pierced by a round arched carriageway.
Lower stable range has gablet to hipped roof, square lantern with
pidgeon holes at 2 levels and vane on tiled roof. Most of S side set
back to shelter stable doors and provide a covered way from taller
block. Dutch gable on chimney on W side of taller block, with 2-light
round-headed window and circular window below. Projecting flat moulded
canopy to 3 coachhouse doors of oak planks. (Ernest Willmott RIBA,
English House Design Batford, London (1911) plates 8 and 9).

Listing NGR: TL0105508609

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Source: English Heritage

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