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3, Sutton Road

A Grade II Listed Building in St. Albans, Hertfordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.7504 / 51°45'1"N

Longitude: -0.3105 / 0°18'37"W

OS Eastings: 516726

OS Northings: 207096

OS Grid: TL167070

Mapcode National: GBR H8C.69Z

Mapcode Global: VHGPQ.K8QG

Entry Name: 3, Sutton Road

Listing Date: 27 August 1971

Last Amended: 25 March 1976

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1103028

English Heritage Legacy ID: 163464

Location: St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1

County: Hertfordshire

District: St. Albans

Town: St. Albans

Electoral Ward/Division: Ashley

Built-Up Area: St Albans

Traditional County: Hertfordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hertfordshire

Church of England Parish: St Albans St Luke

Church of England Diocese: St.Albans

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Listing Text

SUTTON STREET
1.
1582 No 3

TL 10 NE 24/304

II


2.
1900. One and 2 storeys. long, irregular composition under a series of 6
strongly-curved Dutch gables, the right-hand gable curved on inner edge only.
Red brick, terra-cotta tile dressings. Moderately low pitched, slate roofs.
All windows are casements, with T-shaped wood mullion with transom, recessed
under segmental, gauged red brick arches with keystones shaped like square
urns with raised covers and ball finials. Stone cills. Terra-cotta panels
in gables, some bearing monogram: "N & C". Flat buttresses between gabled
sections; brick plinth.

Doorcase of gingerbread-coloured, glazed tile with serpentine, scrolled, open
pediment over break-front cornice supported on consoles which rest on modified
Corinthian capitals with green and cream coloured tile. Green and cream also
the floral patterns in panelled pilasters beneath the capitals, and in spandrels
of round-arched door opening with plain architrave and scrolled keystone. Cornice
head over door of 6 sunk panels. One-storey, one window extension to left front
with subsidiary entrance.
SUTTON STREET
No 3
shall be amended to read
SUTTON ROAD
No 3

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SUTTON STREET
1.
1582 No 3


TL 10 NE 24/304

II


2.
1900. One and 2 storeys. Long, irregular composition under a series
of 6 strongly-curved Dutch gables, the right-hand gable curved on inner
edge only. Red brick, terra-cotta tile dressings. Moderately low pitched,
slate roofs. All windows are casements, with T-shaped wood mullion with
transom, recessed under segmental, gauged red brick arches with keystones
shaped like square urns with raised covers and ball finials. Stone cills.
Terra-cotta panels in gables, some bearing monogram: 'N & C". Flat
buttresses between gabled sections; brick plinth.
Doorcase of gingerbread-coloured, glazed tile with serpentine, scrolled,
open pediment over break-front cornice supported on consoles which rest
on modified Corinthian capitals with green and cream coloured tile. Green
and cream also the floral patterns in panelled pilasters beneath the
capitals, and in spandrels of round-arched door opening with plain
architrave and scrolled keystone. Cornice head over door of 6 sunk
panels. One-storey, one-window extension to left front with subsidiary
entrance.


Listing NGR: TL1672607096

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