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Burlington House Flanking Walls of Burlington House, Hounslow

Description: Burlington House Flanking Walls of Burlington House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 August 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 202549

OS Grid Reference: TQ0853173679
OS Grid Coordinates: 508531, 173679
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4517, -0.4395

Location: 4 Burlington Close, Hounslow, Greater London TW14 0PZ

Locality: Hounslow
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: TW14 0PZ

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Listing Text

The Green is an irregular triangular shaped open space lined on the South with small houses and
shops of C18 and later date and on the North by the church and a handsome late C18 house
standing in its own grounds. The West side formerly had the "Black Dog" Inn, a famous posting
house kept by Peter Harvey the inventor of Harvey's Sauce which later named St Stephens was
pulled down few years back. A group of cottages to the North of this (RCHM Item 3) has also
been demolished, as has the Vicarage.


Burlington House.
(Formerly listed as
St Mary's)
Flanking walls of
Burlington House
(Formerly listed as
Flanking walls of St
TQ 0873 39/403 14.8.53.
TQ 0873 39/403A


1791. Built for William Reed. (Date stone on garden wall). 2 storeys
and basement. Mansarded old orange-red tiled roof to attic. Stock brick.
5 sash windows with glazing bars round-headed doorway approached by double
flight of steps in window space one from right. Plain flush panelled door
in plain reveals fish scaled semi-circular fanlight plain architrave
consoles and cornice. Iron railings. Band to stone capped parapet and
5 flat topped old sash window dormers with cornices. Plain stacks. Interior
no special features. Tall projecting stock brick walls with stone caps
and ball finials and walls facing Green on each side. Posts and chains
in front. NMR.

The Green with its buildings and the tree planting both on the Green a
and in neighbouring gardens is a feature of considerable value and the
whole forms a group with the Church on its North side.

Listing NGR: TQ0853173679

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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