This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
TL 20 SE POTTERS BAR THE AVENUE (North east side) Potters Bar
5/174 No. 23 - (Seldown)
House. 1904 incised on datestone in porch. By Sir Bannister Fletcher.
Roughcast brick. Grey-green slate hipped roof. Arts and Crafts Style. 2 storeys and attic. 3 bay front. Ground floor: small 4 light stone mullioned window to centre with recessed entrance attached to left under segmental skeleton arch. Flanking bays have semi-circular bows with 8 light glazing bar casements under a moulded timber cornice continuing over central bay. First floor: casements break eaves and have moulded timber cornices, central 6 lights with 4 lights forming triangular bracketed oriel, flanking 5 light windows. Battered buttresses at ends of front wall. Sweeping hipped roof, over-hanging eaves with boarded soffits. 4 light central dormer. Stack on front pitch to right of centre and end stacks linked to hips, larger to left, all stepped up and with exposed brick caps. Rear elevation: 3 light loggia window with decorative timber frame. Later link to garage block to left. Interior not inspected.
Listing NGR: TL2509902024
© Mr A. Gude. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Gude, A.
Rights Holder: Gude, A.
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