Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1165119

Date first listed: 23-Sep-1955

Statutory Address: STOKE PLACE


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Statutory Address: STOKE PLACE

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County: Buckinghamshire

District: South Bucks (District Authority)

Parish: Stoke Poges

National Grid Reference: SU 98259 82276


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8/619 Stoke Place


- II

Central section completed in 1698, the wings added circa 1755. More additions of C19 to left and right. Red brick; old tile roof. Central section of 2 storeys, basement and attic. Five bays, the centre 3 advanced and pedimented. Basement with five 2-light casement windows. Ground and 1st floors with 5 flush sash windows. Stringcourse at 1st floor level. Modern dormer windows. All windows with glazing bars. To the left and separated from the central section, a 2-bay addition in the same style except that the windows are in reveals. Left and right of this composition, C18 wings. That on the left is of 6 bays. Segment-headed windows in reveals. Ground floor windows altered. That on the right is of 4 bays. Ground floor with 4 Tuscan columns supporting an entablature and forming a covered way. Flush windows. Hipped roof. Garden elevation with big bow windows running through 2 storeys of wings. Centre with curved pediment doorcase. No central pediment on this side but timber dentil cornice. Interior with remains of rococo plasterwork and painted wall decoration; entrance hall with screen of 4 Roman Doric Columns. F M Sir George Howard lived here, 1771-96.

Listing NGR: SU9825982276


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Legacy System number: 44219

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