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Greater London Authority
Hammersmith and Fulham (London Borough)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
TQ 25247 77280


TQ 2477 and 2577 JERDAN PLACE SW6

8/901 Nos 17, 17A and 19


3 semi-detached houses, No. 17 with shop, Nos. 17a and 19 now a doctors' surgery. Mid C18, refaced early C19, lst floor and parapet refaced late C20. No. 17a an early C18 house of single room depth enclosed by rear of No. 17, front of No. 19 and right hand early C19 rear extension. Painted brick with rendered ground floors, No. 17 with brick dado. Complex tiled roofs; No. 17 double pitched the front pitch continuing across No. 19 and around right had return. No. 17a with hipped roof of old tiles and central stack.

No. 17 - 2 storeys 2 windows. Good early C19 wooden shopfront with projecting window (glazing altered) and moulded stallboard. Projecting cornice above fascia. Partly glazed entrance door to right. 1st floor with late C20 metal casements. Parapet. Shop interior with virtually complete original fittings including mirrors, cupboards and marble counters; dado rail and stone slab floor. Panelled wall conceals stairs to 1st floor. Early C19 wooden doorframe with fluted surround, carved stars on stops and shallow pediment, leading into back room.

Nos. 17a and 19 - 2 storeys 5 windows. Central main entrance with panelled door and, to left, blocked panelled entrance door at one time leading to 17a. Ground floor, recessed sashes, that to left of entrance being early C19. Metal Late C20 casements to 1st floor. Parapet. Rear extension to No. 19 with early C19 unhorned Gothick sash of pointed lights. Interior retains original form plan. Hall with early C19 modillion cornice and moulded dado rail; dog-leg stair with moulded closed string, turned balusters and chamfered newel with ball finial. 6 panel doors with moulded frames throughout. 1st floor left hand front room with C18 mantlepiece and doorway to left into shallow cupboard with blocked doorway into rear room, 2 steps lower than front. Rear right; hand back room with fragment of early C18 square panel.ling. The early C18 core known as No. 17a is a rare survival of a vernacular building from Waltham Green's rural past. These houses stand on the former site of Waltham Green, Jerdan Place being the market place and named so until 1877.

Nos. 17, 17a and 19 form a group with Nos. 9-15 Jerdan Place.

Listing NGR: TQ2523677295


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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: 05 Sep 2004
Reference: IOE01/12137/11
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Barry Akid. Source Historic England Archive
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