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Date Listed: 2 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 205388
OS Grid Reference: TQ1553668575
OS Grid Coordinates: 515536, 168575
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4044, -0.3404
5028 HAMPTON COURT
TQ 1568 32/30 2.9.52
Now dwellings offices and stores. Built for William III 1689 to replace earlier foot
barracks constructed under Charles II. West end horse-guards, east end foot-guards,
originally separate buildings linked by 3-bay Sutlery 1700, brown brick, red dressings,
pantile roofs. Footguards 27 windows wide, 2 storeys. Upper windows square headed,
lower segmental. Timber mullion and transom. Casements. Brick band between storeys.
Moulded timber eaves. Horseguards of 17 bays; 2 storeys but slightly taller. Similar
materials, windows and eaves, though windows partly blind for stabling. Tall chimneys
to back wall of both parts.
RCHM "Middlesex" p.46.
Listing NGR: TQ1553668575
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