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Delrow House

A Grade II Listed Building in Hertsmere, Hertfordshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.6639 / 51°39'50"N

Longitude: -0.3505 / 0°21'1"W

OS Eastings: 514178

OS Northings: 197411

OS Grid: TQ141974

Mapcode National: GBR 5X.SBD

Mapcode Global: VHFSM.WF1T

Entry Name: Delrow House

Listing Date: 14 September 1949

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1103571

English Heritage Legacy ID: 164172

Location: Hertsmere, Hertfordshire, WD25

County: Hertfordshire

District: Hertsmere

Town: Hertsmere

Electoral Ward/Division: Bushey North

Built-Up Area: Bushey

Traditional County: Hertfordshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hertfordshire

Church of England Parish: Aldenham

Church of England Diocese: St.Albans

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Listing Text

TQ 19 NW BUSHEY HILFIELD LANE
(Northeast side)
Patchetts Green

6/124 Delrow House
14.9.49

GV II


House, now in institutional use. Possibly earlier origins to house built
1669 for W. Hutchinson, date and initials on rainwater heads on rear
wing. Extended in C18. Entirely remodelled and extended c.1820-40 for
Sir A Dalrymple. Stuccoed brick. Tile and slate roofs. Originally a hall
with a cross wing to left. L plan survives with extensions. Loosely
Jacobethan Style. 2 storeys with attic in rear wing. Front: 4 windows
under 2 gables to left reflect earlier building. Steps up to entrance to
right in projecting 2-bay porch. Fielded panelled door in reveal,
moulded architrave, relief cherub and brackets to segmental pediment
with panelled soffit. Flanking tall sashes in reveals with egg and dart
architraves. Corner pilaster strips and cornice to porch. Ground
floor left, 2 smaller paired sashes in reveals. First floor glazing bar
sashes. Stucco scored to resemble ashlar. Plat band over first floor
with moulded lower course. Left gable slightly lower with moulded coped
parapet. Oculi in gables that to right blind. Cross axial stacks with
triple diagonally set shafts, moulded oversailing caps, decorative
terracotta pots. Taller C18 block to right: 2 gables, sashes, 1 blind
opening on 1st floor, 2 plat bands. Right return: ground floor
rectangular bay, 4-light ovolo moulded mullion and transom casement,
parapet. First floor: 3 sashes arranged in a pseudo Palladian manner
with a central relieving arch. Left return: 2 gables to main block,
scattered casements and blind windows. Rebuilt parlour wing to rear
left. Inner angle of L has an entrance. Rear left: C18 block, full
height projecting bay, ground floor 4-light casement, first floor
sashes. Main block: French windows, 2 gables. Rear right: 3 gables,
extending beyond parlour wing. 4 windows. 2-storey rectangular bay.
Sashes with segmental relieving arches. 2 bays to rear taller with
attic windows. Garden front to rear of this wing: 4 gables, 2 first
floor oriel windows. Interior: 2 mid C17 carved fireplaces, early C19
doorcases. (RCHM Typescript: Pevsner 1977).


Listing NGR: TQ1417897411

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