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Description: Highfield Cottage
Date Listed: 3 April 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 202990
OS Grid Reference: TQ0716482912
OS Grid Coordinates: 507164, 182912
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5350, -0.4563
In the entry for:
5018 UXBRIDGE ROAD
TQ 0782 24/426 3.4.72 Acacia Cottage
the address shall be amended to read "Highfield Cottage" and the description shall be
amended to read as follows:
Formerly known as: Acacia Cottage and Highfield Cottage
House. Early C18, possibly over an earlier structure, attached
to the right return of The Firs and Acacia House, Uxbridge
Road (q.v.). Two storeys and loft. Painted brick; rendered
brick to left ranges. Gable ended, tiled roof. Two builds,
that to the left of two-window ranges with windows of an early
C19 design; the three-window range to right has windows of an
C18 pattern. Door of C20 date with C20 window above. Remains
of brick storey band to right-hand ranges. Glenthorne,
Perryfield, Grenedehar, The First, Acacia House, Highfield
Cottage, and the former Magnolia House form a group.
5018 UXBRIDGE ROAD
(North East Side)
TQ 0782 24/426 3.4.72.
Early C18 house now as 2 dwellings. 2 storeys and attic, 5 bays, irregular.
High pitched tiled roof with 2 modern dormers. Painted brick walls. Sash
windows with glazing bars in exposed frames. Highfield Cottage has modern
glazed door in similar frame and modern oriel above. 1st floor right window
blocked. Acacia Cottage has modern small paned casements on ground floor and
modern glazed door. Remains of 1st floor band on Highfield Cottage, but Acacia
Cottage has been rendered.
Glenthorne, Perryfield, Grenedehar, The Firs, Acacia House, Acacia Cottage
Highfield Cottage and Magnolia House form a group.
Listing NGR: TQ0716482912
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Source: English Heritage
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