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

Buckinghamshire (Unitary Authority)
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SP 69532 33888



SP6933 CASTLE STREET 879-1/6/31 (South side) 13/10/52 No.16 Trolly Hall (Formerly Listed as: CASTLE STREET (South side) No.16 Trolly Hill)


Large town house, now partly offices. Early C18, with C19 and C20 alterations. Red brick in Flemish bond with flared headers, stone dressings, all painted, hipped plain-tile roof and brick end stacks. Double-depth plan. 3-storey, 5-window range. Central, 6-panel door, approached by 3 stone steps with rounded ends. Door has overlight divided into 4 lights with shallow ogee-arched heads, moulded stone surround and cornice supported by console brackets either end. 12-pane sash windows to ground, first and 2nd floors, round arch-headed window to 1st floor centre and circular window to 2nd floor above, all with moulded stone surrounds. Rendered plinth with wave-moulded coping, rusticated quoins and sill bands, that to 1st hollow-chamfered to underside, that to 2nd with wave moulding to underside and extra upper moulding. Deep bracketed stone cornice, and plain stone-coped parapet with rusticated quoins. Central projection to rear housing staircase, and 2-storey extension to rear left. INTERIOR: dogleg stair from ground floor to attic with turned balusters on bulbous feet, moulded handrail, square newels and close strings. Stone cellar. Some rooms with raised and fielded panelling. Replaces a house of 1670 destroyed in fire of 1725. (Richardson A E: The Smaller English House: 207; FIG 193).

Listing NGR: SP6953833888


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Richardson, A E, Eberlein, H , The Smaller English House of Later Renaissance 1660-1830, (1925), 207


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: 08 Sep 2001
Reference: IOE01/04209/30
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Stewart Martin Shaw. Source Historic England Archive
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