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Description: Bridle Ways and Wall Extending to East
Date Listed: 14 January 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 162851
OS Grid Reference: TL1983323902
OS Grid Coordinates: 519833, 223902
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9008, -0.2597
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TL 12 SE LANGLEY LANGLEY END
4/59 Bridle Ways and wall
14.1.77 extending to E
(formerly listed as
Stables at Hill End)
Generator house, converted to a house, and adjoining wall. Circa 1911 by
E.L. Lutyens for Mrs. Fenwick as part of scheme at Hill End (now Langley
End), converted to house in 1970s and 1980s. Dark red brick in
English-bond with light red dressings and steep pitched half-hipped
handmade tile roof. A 1½-storeys building set in a dip across the lane
from the former service wing of the former Hill End (now Langley End
House, etc.), facing W. High brick wall with narrow tiled roof links SE
corner of building to barn to E and has a heavy panelled door set in a
recessed round-arched gateway with splayed reveals, segmental outer
arch, and tiled spandrels. Added dormers and polygonal S bay. Included
for group value.
Listing NGR: TL1983323902
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Source: English Heritage
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