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Description: Wyldes Farm
Date Listed: 29 March 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 198937
OS Grid Reference: TQ2611887147
OS Grid Coordinates: 526118, 187147
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5691, -0.1817
5004 HAMPSTEAD WAY
Hampstead Garden Suburb
(Formerly listed as part of
'Wyldes', North End Hampstead
TQ 2687 29/7 29.3.63
C17 or earlier timber framed 3 bay, lobby entry house. (A rare survival on the
fringes of London). Former farmhouse faced with weatherboarding, Two storeys.
Two windows. Tiled roof. Windows - horizontally sliding. Plain doorway with hood.
Extension to left with tripartite sash. William Blake was a frequent visitor to the
house when it was occupied by John Linnell. In the C20 it was occupied by
Sir Raymond Unwin who converted the adjoining barn into part of the dwelling. He
lived here while supervising the laying out of Hampstead Garden Suburb. Roof
reconstructed 1981 following a fire.
Listing NGR: TQ2611887147
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Source: English Heritage
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