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Description: Gates, Walls and Pavilions on the South Side of Hatfield House
Date Listed: 9 December 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 158404
OS Grid Reference: TL2366608301
OS Grid Coordinates: 523666, 208301
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7597, -0.2096
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TL 2308 HATFIELD HATFIELD PARK
15/141 Gates, walls and pavilions
on the S side of Hatfield
Courtyard gates, walls and pavilions. The pavilions are early
C17, restored c1845 when the gates and walls were built by the
Second Marquess of Salisbury for the visit of Queen Victoria in
1846. Low red brick walls with trellis pattern upper halves
containing V motif. Single storey corner pavilions have stone
quoins and architrave bands over trellis-work windows. Stone
vases to strapwork parapets. Central double gates on S side with
cast iron foliage and grotesque ornament. Outer single gates in
cut brick surrounds set in screen of trellised brick panels in
quatrefoils. 4 red brick gate piers with stone quoins. Stone
scrolled overthrow to centre gates.
Listing NGR: TL2366608301
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Source: English Heritage
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