CHRISTMAS COTTAGE, INGLENOOK COTTAGE AND LAVENDER COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1100437

Date first listed: 02-Dec-1986

Statutory Address: CHRISTMAS COTTAGE, INGLENOOK COTTAGE AND LAVENDER COTTAGE, 94, 96-102

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Location

Statutory Address: CHRISTMAS COTTAGE, INGLENOOK COTTAGE AND LAVENDER COTTAGE, 94, 96-102

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Hertfordshire

District: Dacorum (District Authority)

Parish: Flaunden

National Grid Reference: TL 01655 00893

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Details

FLAUNDEN FLAUNDEN TL 0100 (North side) 11/111 Nos. 94, 96/97, 98 (Christmas Cottage), 99 (Inglenook Cottage), 100, 101, and 102 (Lavender Cottage)

GV II

7 adjacent houses. C17 and C18. Timber frames refronted with red brick. Steep old red tile roofs. A picturesque group of 2-storeys houses facing S, extending E from the junction with Birch Lane. No.94 fronts Birch Lane and is half of the rear wing of No.95 with matching one storey extension set back on LH. C18 sandy red brick with steep hipped roof to rear wing with internal chimney. 2 windows to each floor (3-light casements with segmental arch to ground floor) plank door and open gabled porch at LH corner. W gable of No.95 is plum brick with blocked door and 3-light casement on each floor. Side-purlin roof. No.95 joined with no.96/97 which is half of a timber framed building refronted in brick, the other half being no.98. Each has 2 windows (3-light casements with segmental arches to ground floor) and plank doors but no.98 has an E gable chimney while the W half of the building has an internal chimney and lobby entry. The soffit of the front wallplate visible through being spread beyond walls has mortices for studs of former timbered front wall. No.99 has its gable end to street framed by full height timbers. One window to each floor and door on RH. Panel of C17 brickwork with small square window under eaves to left flanking large old chimney. No,100 C18 also gabled with 3-light casements but with floor band and some blue headers in the brickwork. Rear gable chimney. Arched narrower upper window. Nos.101 and 102 a handed pair set back a little, later front than no.100 with central pilaster, chamfered plinth and corbelled eaves. One window to each floor of each house and shared central chimney. 3-light casement windows with segmental arches to ground floor windows and doorways with heavy frames and plank doors. Early C20 fancy E gable to no.102 with toothed course and hipped bay below half timbered gable.

Listing NGR: TL0164300891

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Legacy System number: 157638

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