This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
The following building shall be added:
BICKLEY MAVELSTONE ROAD TQ 46 NW (south-west side) 785-/5/10014 Stotfold
House, now flats. 1908-9 by T Phillips Figgis. Red brick with Ham Hill stone dressings, tile roof. Double-depth plan, a central double-height staircase hall having entrance to left and projecting former billiard hall to right. Symmetrical composition to garden with former drawing and dining rooms extending into bays. Service range to east. Conservatory projects to west where ground falls away.
Two storeys and attics, irregular end stacks. All windows leaded casements. Entrance dominated by vast central stack with, either side, mullion and transom windows with coloured heraldic panels to staircase hall - that to left of double height, that to right set over stairs. Entrance to left under single five-light window in square block with set-back gable behind; door set under semi-circular porch with stone voussoirs and quoins. Projecting canted bay to right. Similar bays to garden elevation, with continuous seven-light windows, either side of three-bay loggia. Single storey service range substantially rebuilt to rear.
Interior. Staircase hall an impressive double-height space with moulded ceiling, vaulted corridor under projecting first floor gallery, flat baluster stair and brick fireplace. Rest of interior not inspected.
Source. The Builder, 12 June 1909, pp.706-7
Listing NGR: TQ4203969868
© Dr Michael Philpot. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Philpot, Michael
Rights Holder: Philpot, Michael
Brick, Stone, Tile, Victorian House, Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling, Apartment
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