This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TQ 1395 BUSHEY HIGH STREET (North side) Bushey
13/96 Nos. 62 to 68 (even) 20.6.85 - II
House, now shops and flat. Late C15 or early C16, altered C19/C20.
Timber frame, rendered. Tiled roofs. Double ended hall house, 2-bay hall with 2-bay projecting cross wings originally jettied. 2 storeys. Ground floor shop fronts that to right is C19 with fluted pilasters and a cornice. First floor: 4-light casement to hall. Two C19 sashes in reveals in left or service wing. Right or parlour wing has a 3-part casement, 2 small lights to centre with larger flanking lights, leaded panes. Half hips to front on wings with decorative bargeboards and eavesboard to hall. C19 cross axial ridge stack at left end of hall.
Parlour wing has slightly lower ridge with a tall stack at right end.
Service wing extends further back and is half hipped to rear. Another half hipped wing projects to rear of hall. Interior: parlour/solar wing has exposed timbers. Jowled posts, cambered tie beams, curved braces in walling and curved wind braces. The building was from 1774 to 1928 the Robin Hood Inn. (RCHM Typescript)
Listing NGR: TQ1317195276
© Mr V. M. Geduld. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
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Photographer: Geduld, V. M.
Rights Holder: Geduld, V. M.
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