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Number 87 and Attached Wall, Gate Pier, and Gate, Enfield

Description: Number 87 and Attached Wall, Gate Pier, and Gate

Grade: II
Date Listed: 1 August 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 200852

OS Grid Reference: TQ2581497763
OS Grid Coordinates: 525814, 197763
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6646, -0.1823

Location: Camlet Way, Enfield, Greater London EN4 0NL

Locality: Enfield
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: EN4 0NL

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Listing Text

The following building shall be added:-

TQ 29 SE (North Side) Hadley Wood
19/1005 No 87 and attached wall,
gatepier, and gate
Former estate cottage, with attached wall, gatepier and gate. Probably
1878, as Nos 89-91 (qv). Brownish brick in English bond; 1st floor
tile hung, with elaborate bands of fishscale tile; decorative timber-
framing with plastered infill to gables. Plain tile roof with crested
ridge tiles and gable finials. Ribbed brick chimneys with deep stepped
caps. 2 storeys, 3 bays. In Vernacular Revival Style, having chamfered
plinth; stepped dentilled lst floor band; board doors with small-pane
glazing at top; small-pane wooden casement windows, those on ground
floor with segmental brick arches and offset tile sills, projecting,
gabled, central bay, corbelled on 1st floor, has steps up to off-
centre internal porch, which has 4-centred each with stone imposts.
Windows of 3,2,3 lights to ground floor; 1,3,2 lights above. External
stack at right end; ridge stack between left-hand bays. Wall attached
to front right corner, approx 4.5 metres long and. 2.5 metres high, has
chamfered ashlar coping and terminates in octagonal pier which has
moulded ashlar offsets and cap supporting decorative iron lantern;
attached to pier is a leaf of decorative iron gate. Right return of
cottage: decorative ashlar plaque to stack which is flanked by 1-light
windows. Interior not inspected. The cottage served the nearby

Listing NGR: TQ2581497763

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Source: English Heritage

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