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Description: Feltham House
Date Listed: 21 May 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 202543
OS Grid Reference: TQ1061872750
OS Grid Coordinates: 510618, 172750
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4430, -0.4097
4419 ELMWOOD AVENUE, FELTHAM
TQ 1072 SE 36/411
Mid and late C18. Stock brick. West front 2 storeys and basement with
a 3rd storey of modern tilehanging. 2:3:2 sash windows, the centre 3 in
a full height canted brick bay. Steps up to ground floor central door,
C19 wood porch. East front, 3-storeys and basement, band over 2nd floor,
cornice and capping. Central door with C19 porch and with double flight
of steps, door with C19 porch and with double flight of steps. 2-storeys
and basement prjecting wings with bands and parapets. Ground floors have
Venetian windows with square piers and fluted caps, 1st floor 2 sash windows.
Sides of house plain, and the whole of severe character. Interior modernised
but retains C18 decorations of interest. Main East room has mid C19 plaster
panelling and modillioned cornice and 2 fine 2-tier carved wood mantelpieces
with floral swag enrichments. North East room, now billiard room had decoration
in the Wyatt manner with fine mahogany panelled doors with architraves,
ornamental friezes and cornices. Contemporary ceiling cornice, carved
white marble mantelpiece with green marble stringing, and with round classical
plaster figure relief on wall over with out wreathing. Venetian window
to room has panelled piers with apllied enrichment. Similar doorcases
to North West room. Staircase with wrought iron balustrade and mahogany
handrail carried round an apse - ornamental band at floor level, and enriched
soffit to landing. No history of the house appears to have been recorded.
The interior decoration may partly be attributable to James Wyatt, who
lived at Hanworth.
Listing NGR: TQ1061872750
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