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Description: Stockers House
Date Listed: 27 July 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 158878
OS Grid Reference: TQ0518693444
OS Grid Coordinates: 505186, 193444
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6300, -0.4817
TQ 09 SE RICKMANSWORTH STOCKER'S FARM ROAD
9/234 Stocker's House
House. 1861-2. Built for the City of London Corporation as a residence
for its Collector of the Coal Dues on the Grand Junction Canal. Stock
brick. Shallow hipped slate roof. 3 bays. Tall 2 storey front with steps
up to central entrance with a panelled door and rectangular fanlight all
in a rebated reveal. Large glazing bar sashes in reveals. Slightly
cambered heads to all openings. Deep boxed eaves. Extruded end stacks
with offsets and oversailing caps flanked by sashes on both storeys.
Basement on right return and to rear with French windows and a
conservatory and glazing bar sashes to upper storeys. 1 storey
outbuildings to right and to rear left. Interior not inspected.
(M. Bawtree 'The London Coal Duties and Their Boundary Marks',
Rickmansworth Historian, Autumn 1964 and 'Stockers House and the London
Coal Duties Boundary Marks', Rickmansworth Historian, #10, 1966, Pevsner
1977). See London Coal Duty Markers.
Listing NGR: TQ0518693444
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Source: English Heritage
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