Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1117520

Date first listed: 25-Mar-1955

Date of most recent amendment: 01-Mar-1988

Statutory Address: BORLASE'S, TWYFORD ROAD


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Statutory Address: BORLASE'S, TWYFORD ROAD

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

District: Windsor and Maidenhead (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Waltham St. Lawrence

National Grid Reference: SU 82811 76546


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WALTHAM ST LAWRENCE TWYFORD ROAD SU 8276-8376 (north side, off) Waltham St Lawrence

20/18 Borlase's (formerly listed as 25.3.55 Borlase's, Paradise Corner)


Hall house, now large house, in landscaped grounds with pond. Early C16 extended C17 and C19. Altered, extended and restored early C20. Timber frame with brick infill; hipped and half-hipped old tile roofs. L-plan of 2x1 framed bays originally, 2-framed bay extension on north, large extension on east with old timbers re-used. Other smaller C20 extensions. Plan now very irregular. Mostly 2 storeys, some one storey. 6 chimneys, 4 with clay pots. Open eaves. C20 leaded casements with diamond mullions. Entrance (south) front: irregular. Left hand part with large, raked, projecting chimney in centre and one 2-light window on first floor to right of chimney. Centre part set back from left hand part, with double-height 5-light window with large moulded transom and small hipped roof over; lower hip to right over small entrance porch with pair of C20 doors, three quarters glazed. Right hand part has end gable of C19 extension with re-used timbers exposed. One 2-light window on first floor, similar window on ground floor, but taller. Garden (west) front: very irregular. Oldest part on right, with wide gable with half hip to right of centre; two, 2-light windows on first floor; one 3-light window on ground floor with a pair of leaded garden doors on left. Right hand part, one 4-light window on first floor, a square hipped roof bay on ground floor with an 8-light window. Left hand part has projecting gable with half hipped roof. 3-light window on first floor and large square C20 extension on ground floor with hipped roof and continuous windows on 2 sides; 10-light on front and 5-light on side. Small C20 extension set back on left of this with one 4-light window on first floor and one 3-light window on ground floor, and a half glazed garden door on right of window. Interior: timber frame exposed, much restored. 2 large fireplaces, one inserted in former hall.

Listing NGR: SU8281176546


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Legacy System number: 41000

Legacy System: LBS

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