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Date Listed: 12 August 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 164226
OS Grid Reference: TL2509902024
OS Grid Coordinates: 525099, 202024
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7030, -0.1911
TL 20 SE POTTERS BAR THE AVENUE
(North east side)
5/174 No. 23
House. 1904 incised on datestone in porch. By Sir Bannister Fletcher.
Roughcast brick. Grey-green slate hipped roof. Arts and Crafts Style. 2
storeys and attic. 3 bay front. Ground floor: small 4 light stone
mullioned window to centre with recessed entrance attached to left under
segmental skeleton arch. Flanking bays have semi-circular bows with 8
light glazing bar casements under a moulded timber cornice continuing
over central bay. First floor: casements break eaves and have moulded
timber cornices, central 6 lights with 4 lights forming triangular
bracketed oriel, flanking 5 light windows. Battered buttresses at ends
of front wall. Sweeping hipped roof, over-hanging eaves with boarded
soffits. 4 light central dormer. Stack on front pitch to right of centre
and end stacks linked to hips, larger to left, all stepped up and with
exposed brick caps. Rear elevation: 3 light loggia window with
decorative timber frame. Later link to garage block to left. Interior
Listing NGR: TL2509902024
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