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Description: Radwell House
Date Listed: 27 May 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 162275
OS Grid Reference: TL2311835731
OS Grid Coordinates: 523118, 235731
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0064, -0.2077
In the entry for
3/142 RADWELL RADWELL LANE
the item shall be amended to read
RADWELL RADWELL LANE
Nos 1, 2, 2A and 3
TL 23 NW RADWELL RADWELL LANE
3/142 Radwell House
House, now divided. Main range C16 origin but mid C19 in appearance. C18
wing to right, extended early/mid C19. Early/mid C19 wing to left. Later
extensions. Red brick, all roughcast. Tiled roof. Half H plan with
rambling extensions. 2 storeys. Symmetrical 7 bay front in one plane,
2:3:2. Ground Floor: French windows to centre and right with squared
hood moulds. First Floor: small late C16/early C17 window openings
survive in 3 central bays with casements under squared hood moulds.
Other windows are glazing bar sashes. Central entrance; cast-iron porch
with Greek fret frieze and pendants resting on wooden Doric columns.
Roof to main range set well back behind a parapet indicating older front
wall. Flanking hipped gables. Left return wall has steps up to an
entrance with a mid C19 moulded doorcase. Right return has an external
stack to left with tumbled-in brickwork at eaves level. Attached to rear
of main range is a large stack with a group of five octagonal shafts,
probably late C16. To right of this a large gabled dormer with an
oculus. Further small 2 storey extension between wings in front of main
stack. Other extensions are of no special interest. Interior: early C18
main staircase to right of centre in main range; dog-leg open-well with
barley-twist balusters. (RCHM Typescript).
Listing NGR: TL2311835731
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Source: English Heritage
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