This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TM59NW GUNTON CLIFF 914-1/1/10 (West side) 06/02/92 No.24 Hillingdon (Formerly Listed as: GUNTON CLIFF (West side) Hillingdon)
House. c1910. Architect unknown but probably R.C. Cockrill. Rendered and colourwashed brick. Machine tile roofs. One storey and dormer attic. Symmetrical composition based on 3 gables in line. The ground floor is entered through a central half-glazed door with painted glass. One 3-light mullioned window immediately right and left which light inglenooks by the stack on the interior. Either side again are bay windows fitted with 5-light cross casements. These rise to support an overhanging upper floor, which also rests on 2 square section timber piers in front of the doorway. The upper floor has 3 gables, each with a 4-light mullioned window and vertical exposed studwork. Between the studs is brick nogging. The 2 principal studs are placed diagonally to create a deeply syncopated rhythm. Central ridge stack. East and west returns are dominated by the long roof slopes to these sides, each with a pair of flat-topped dormers clasping a stack. The rear is also has 3 gables, treated more plainly. Mullioned windows as before. INTERIOR. Austere. Short entrance passage leads to central top-lit staircase hall rising through both storeys. Stick baluster staircase with square newels. Principal ground-floor rooms have panelled inglenooks.
Listing NGR: TM5488895179
© Mr David W. Collins. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Collins, David W.
Rights Holder: Collins, David W.
Brick, Render, Tile, Victorian House, 20th Century Monument (By Form), Domestic, Dwelling