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Brentwood (District Authority)
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TQ 56751 95808



TQ59NE COXTIE GREEN ROAD, Pilgrims Hatch 723-1/5/237 (South side) 20/02/76 No.26 Gate House (Formerly Listed as: COXTIE GREEN ROAD, Coxtie Green No.26 Gate House)


House. Early C19, C20. Red brick with some bricks burnt, peg-tiled roofs. Rectangular plan of 2 units of unequal widths with 2 end stacks and one further stack on rear E elevation enclosed by C20 rebuilt single-storey block said to have been a bakehouse. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. Front W elevation, dentilled eaves cornice, hipped roof, 3 sash window range. Ground floor, 2 segment headed windows, early C19 sashes with glazing bars, 4x4 panes. Between them, central doorway with door case, architrave decorated by reeding and paterae. Door contemporary, 2 lower flush panels with similar reeding and paterae, upper glazing now with glazing bars, 3x4 panes. Rudimentary later flat headed porch - iron tubular pillars, wooden block capitals. First floor, 3 similar early C19 sash windows. Rear, E elevation, 3 window range but irregular and augmented on ground floor, 2 segment headed C20 2-light casement windows with glazing bars, 4x3 panes and additional similar window to N cut in C20 into wall. Between original window openings rebuilt bakehouse has hipped peg-tiled roof. C20 boarded stable door and window with glazing bars, 4x2 panes, one C20 2-light casement window with glazing bars, 4x3 panes and one casement, 2x2 panes. First floor, 2 early C19 sash windows with glazing bars, 3x4 panes and in between, one C20 2-light casement window. S end elevation, 2 abutted blocks each with a hipped roof, wider to W, narrower to E, pilaster buttresses at junction of blocks but brickwork all appears contemporary. Stack with tumbled brick shoulders on W together with 2 windows, ground floor C19 beaded frame, casement with glazing bars, 2x3 panes, first floor, C20 sash with horns. N end elevation similar to S end but no pilaster buttress. Similar stack and two C20 windows, both sashes, ground floor with segment head. INTERIOR refurbished. Ground floor fireplace at N end with early C19 reeded surround. Stair with narrow handrail and thin square section chamfered balusters. The roofs of the 2 parallel blocks are both simple softwood versions of clasped side purlin type. They appear to be contemporary.

Listing NGR: TQ5675195808


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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: 21 Aug 2002
Reference: IOE01/07538/28
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr David Batterbury. Source Historic England Archive
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