ICEHOUSE IN GREAT FRITHSDEN COPSE (NATIONAL TRUST) 110 METRES SOUTH WEST OF BRICK WALL COTTAGE AT NGR TL 0056 1017

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1101182

Date first listed: 19-Mar-1987

Statutory Address: ICEHOUSE IN GREAT FRITHSDEN COPSE (NATIONAL TRUST) 110 METRES SOUTH WEST OF BRICK WALL COTTAGE AT NGR TL 0056 1017, FRITHSDEN GARDENS

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Location

Statutory Address: ICEHOUSE IN GREAT FRITHSDEN COPSE (NATIONAL TRUST) 110 METRES SOUTH WEST OF BRICK WALL COTTAGE AT NGR TL 0056 1017, FRITHSDEN GARDENS

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

County: Hertfordshire

District: Dacorum (District Authority)

Parish: Nettleden with Potten End

National Grid Reference: TL 00560 10170

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Details

TL 01 SW NETTLEDEN WITH FRITHSDEN GARDENS POTTEN END (West side)

3/203 Icehouse in Great Frithsden - Copse (National Trust) 110m SW of Brick Wall Cottage at Nat Grid Ref TL 0056 1017

- II

Icehouse. C18, for Ashridge Estate, entrance rebuilt C20. Red brick with many vitrified bricks. A circular structure buried in the slope approached by a short low segmental vaulted brick tunnel about 5ft wide closed by a segmental arched entrance with tile springers to arch and iron gate. About 15ft in diameter with deep conical well and brick hemispherical dome with entrance at level of springing. English-bond brickwork to interior. Many initials and dates cut into tunnel walls with 'IPG 1778' on N side.

Listing NGR: TL0056010170

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Legacy System number: 157984

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