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Description: Aspenden Hall
Date Listed: 19 October 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 159711
OS Grid Reference: TL3526328506
OS Grid Coordinates: 535263, 228506
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9386, -0.0337
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TL 3528 ASPENDEN THE STREET
8/1 Aspenden Hall
Country house, now housing grain dryers. 1856 replacing Jacobean
house, for the 2nd Sir Henry Lushington. Gutted c1963 for farm
use. Stuccoed brick, low pitched roof concealed by parapets. A
large rectangular 2 storeys, 7 windows classical house facing E
in Doric style with channelled pilasters and pedimented central
feature to E front, where there is a pedimented porch supported
by twinned Doric columns. Plate glass sash windows generally,
but French windows to ground floor on W (garden) front. Moulded
base, string course and eaves to parapet breaking forward round
pilasters on all sides of house. Single storey pedimented
conservatory in middle of S end. Service wing at N demolished.
Important landscape feature and part of setting of parish church.
(VCH (1914) 17: RCHM Typescript: RCHM Monuments Threatened or
Destroyed (1963) 42).
Listing NGR: TL3526328506
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Source: English Heritage
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