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Three Rivers (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TL 03707 00141


TL 00 SW SARRATT THE GREEN (Southwest side) Sarratt 2/304 Great Sarratt Hall II

House. 1710 on datestone, largely rebuilt in early C19, extended and altered later C19 and C20. Red brick rebuilt in yellow stock brick. Slate hipped roof. 3 storeys. 3 window C19 front. Entrance in left bay in C20 glazed Doric porch with a pediment. Ground floor: central blocked entrance, to right a 16 pane sash in reveal with a gauged brick flat arched head. First floor: 12 panes to centre with flanking 16 pane sashes, flat arched heads. Second floor: broader 9 pane with flanking 12 pane sashes. Pilaster strips at ends. Panelled eaves soffit. Set back slightly to sides are 1 bay wings, to right 2 storeys, to left 1 storey, 16 pane sashes with pilaster strips at ends. Left return of main block has C18 red brick to lower 2 storeys. Extruded stack with a rebuilt cap. Towards rear upper storey sashes have cambered heads, ground floor canted and hipped roofed entrance outshut. Left end of 1 storey wing has a large tripartite full length sash with a verandah on scroll headed slender iron shafts. To rear left a 3 storey 1 bay later C19 addition with a ground floor canted bay, upper storey sashes with cambered heads. Right return of 2 storey wing has a C20 ground floor addition, 3 first floor sashes and a repositioned datestone 'This Farme is to Pay ls. yearely for tithe to the Free English Schoole at WATFORD. This Farmehouse was Built by S.C. 1710'. Double depth hipped roof. Right end stack on main block. Rear elevation has 1 bay of C18 brick to left, 2 storeys, cambered heads to sashes. Entrance in 2 bay re-entrant elevation of projecting late C19 block to right. To left a 1 storey hipped outshut to rear of 2 storey wing.

Listing NGR: TL0370700141


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 16 Jul 2000
Reference: IOE01/02578/05
Rights: Copyright IoE John Reeve. Source Historic England Archive
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