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Description: Hill End Farm Cottage, 1 and 2, and Adjoining Dairy
Date Listed: 14 January 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 162856
OS Grid Reference: TL1993823956
OS Grid Coordinates: 519938, 223956
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9012, -0.2581
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TL 12 SE LANGLEY LANGLEY END
4/64 Hill End Farm Cottages,
14.1.77 1, and 2, and adjoining
dairy (formerly listed as
Hill End Farmhouse and
2 farm cottages, outhouses, and dairy all linked in one range. Circa
1911 by E.L. Lutyens said to be for Mrs. Fenwick. Dark red brick in
English-bond with lighter red dressings and tile heads to vent-slots in
dairy. Red tile-hanging to 1st floor in recessed centre. Steep pitched
red tile roofs with continuous tiled eaves corbel but without any
bellcast to eaves. The cottages form a single 16-storeys rectangular
block facing N with upper floor lit by gable windows to E and W and a
large gable central behind the chimney on the S but the front recessed
in the centre giving a 2-storeys elevation between lower wings. Moulded
plank doors, small-pane wooden flush casements painted white, and roofs
of small outhouses on frontage linked to main roof over cross-passages.
Massive central red brick chimney with clasping corner pilasters and
waisted top. Linked to roof of W outhouse a long single-storey dairy
building with similar roof and eaves detail and only 3 small ventilation
slots along N side to road. (Pevsner (1977)223: Lutyens Exhib Cat
Listing NGR: TL1993823956
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Source: English Heritage
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