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25-27, High Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Pinner, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5942 / 51°35'39"N

Longitude: -0.3811 / 0°22'51"W

OS Eastings: 512238

OS Northings: 189616

OS Grid: TQ122896

Mapcode National: GBR 4D.BLS

Mapcode Global: VHFT0.B6X6

Entry Name: 25-27, High Street

Listing Date: 21 September 1951

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1193645

English Heritage Legacy ID: 202093

Location: Harrow, London, HA5

County: London

District: Harrow

Electoral Ward/Division: Pinner

Built-Up Area: Harrow

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: St John Pinner

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text

In the entry for:

TQ 1289 NW HIGH STREET, PINNER
(north side)

12/6 Nos 25 and 27

GV 21.9.51 II

The description shall be amended to read:

Hall house, now 2 commercial premises. Probably C15; altered late C16, C18, C19 and
C20. Large-panel timber-framing with plastered wattle and daub infill; replacement
C18 and C19 brick, No 25 painted; plain tile roof; brick stacks. Open hall of 2 or
more bays with slightly-projecting 2-storey cross-wing on right; in late C16 floor
and chimney inserted in hall; refronted C18, in line with cross-wing; late C19 refenestra
tion, shop front to No 25, right gable wall, and chimney; No 25 largely reconstructed
and with rear addition C1980. Elevation now of 2 storeys; 4 bays (1, 3), the 2.proper-
ties defined by giant pilasters with stepped capitals which rise to cogged eaves.
Chamfered plinth to No 27 which has central late C20 6-panel door in wooden architrave
with bracketed hood and blind window over. No 25s shopfront has canted window, door
recessed on right, fascia and cornice. Windows are 6-pane sashes in reveals, those
on ground floor with segmental brick arches. Right gable has raised verge with stack
forward of ridge. Ridge stack between properties. Rear: exposed timber-framing,
under built in brick, retains 3-light solar window to left bay and blocked 6-light
hall window. Interior: No 27, has further surviving members of the original timber
frame, including partition wall between hall and cross-wing; jowled wall posts, those
at central hall truss formerly arch-braced to tie-beam; original closely-spaced broad
floor-joists and chamfered cross-beam in parlour. Hall has late C16 stop-chamfered
spine-beam and joists; small section survives of chamfered bressumer of original fire-
place, the 1st-floor fireplace having moulded lintel. Roof over No 27 retains section
of original, sooted hall crown-post roof, having 2 arch-braced crown-posts, that at
parlour end with one brace to collar purlin and one to tie-beam, the other with 4,
now 3, braces (to collar and collar purlin), the braces set on ledged base of post;
posts are square on plan and unmoulded. 6 pairs of collared rafters between crown-
posts, and one beyond (to left) the rest of that bay replaced and with chimney inserted.

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In the entry for;-

TQ 1289 NW HIGH STREET, PINNER
(north side)
12/6 Nos 25 and 27

GV 21.9.51 II

The description shall be amended to read:-

Hall house of Wealden type, now 2 commercial premises. probably
C15; altered late C16, C18, C19 and C20. Large-panel timber-
framing with plastered wattle and daub infill; replacement C18
and C19 brick, No 25 painted; plain tile roof; brick stacks. Open
hall of 2 bays with slightly-projecting 2-storey cross-wing on
right; in late C16 floor and chimney inserted in hall; refronted
C18, in line with cross-wing; late C19 refenestration, shop front
to No 25, right gable wall, and chimney; No 25 largely
reconstructed and with rear addition C1980. Elevation now of 2
storeys; 4 bays (1,3), the 2. Properties defined by giant
pilasters with stepped capitals which rise to cogged eaves.
Chamfered plinth to No 27 which has central late C20 6-panel door
in wooden architrave with bracketed hood and blind window over.
No 25's shopfront has canted windows, door recessed on right,
fascia and cornice. Windows are 6-pane sashes in reveals, those
on ground floor with segmental brick arches. Right gable has
raised verge with stack forward of ridge. Ridge stack between
properties. Rear: exposed timber-framing, under built in brick,
retains 3-light solar window to left bay and blocked 6-light hall
window. Interior; No 27, has further surviving members of the
original timber frame, including partition wall between hall and
cross-wing; jowled wall posts, those at central hall truss
formerly arch-braced to tie-beam; original closely-spaced broad
floor-joists and chamfered cross-beam in parlour. Hall has late
C16 stop-chamfered spine-beam and joists; small section survives
of chamfered bressumer of original fireplace, the lst-floor
fireplace having moulded lintel. Roof over No 27 retains section
of original, sooted hall crown-post roof, having 2 arch-braced
crown-posts, that at parlour end with one brace collar purlin and
one tie-beam, the other with 4, now 3, braces (to collar and
collar purlin), the braces set on ledged base of post; posts are
square on plan and unmoulded. 6 pairs of collared rafters between
crown-posts, and one beyond (to left) the rest of that bay
replaced and with one chimney inserted. Documentary evidence
shows that the house had been divided into 2 tenements by the end
of C17. Brick front probably carried out by William Bodimeade,
brickmaker, who acquired the property in 1763.

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HIGH STREET
1.
5016
(north side)
Pinner
Nos 25 and 27
TQ 1289 NW 12/6 21.9.51


II

2.
Late C16 or early C17, with C19 front to No 25 and C18 front to No 27. Two-storeys.
One sash window to No 25 and further 2 to No 27. Red brick, with brick pilasters
at party walls. Tiled roof. No 25 has a C19 shopfront.


Listing NGR: TQ1223889616

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