GABLE COTTAGE (INCLUDING ATTACHED WALLS)

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1253415

Date first listed: 23-Sep-1994

Statutory Address: GABLE COTTAGE (INCLUDING ATTACHED WALLS), COOMBE HILL ROAD

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: GABLE COTTAGE (INCLUDING ATTACHED WALLS), COOMBE HILL ROAD

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

County: Greater London Authority

District: Kingston upon Thames (London Borough)

National Grid Reference: TQ 21335 70274

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Details

TQ 27 SW BEVERLEY LANE (north-west side) 59-/2/10024 Gable Cottage (including attached walls)

GV II

The address shall be amended to read "COOMBE HILL ROAD (south side)".

This amends the 19th amendment of the 22nd list.

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TQ 27 SW BEVERLEY LANE

(north-west side) 59-/2/10024 Gable Cottage (including attached walls)

GV II

Cottage, formerly coachman's house.1870 by George Devey, with late C20 porch. Red brick in mixed bonds with diaper patterning in blue brick. Pebbledash rendered upper storey, tile-hung gables and plain tile roofs. Plain brick storey band. One and a half storeys. Massive external stack in diaper-patterned brickwork, with slender band above eaves. Three diagonally-set rectangular shafts, said to have been rebuilt but to authentic design, an added half-nipped dormer. with 2-light diamond paned casement. Ground-floor 3-light casement, and altered glazed doors. Entrance to north in added gabled porch attached to unaltered gabled wall. Four-fight ground floor casement with diamond panes. Similar 3-light casement to upper floor, beneath tile-hung gable of alternating plain and fishscale patterns. Similar details to south gable. Small gable with diamond paned window to Beverley Lane elevation, corresponding to break in brickwork, and following natural fill of ground. Tall curtain wall with shaped parapet, partly swept, drops to become garden wall. Small inset window and vestigial stack. Arched doorway with simple plank door, whereafter the building line continues for twenty metres of brick wall in similar style but without diapers. Gable Cottage and Warren Close (q.v.) stand either side of the original entrance to Coombe Warren, built by George Devey in 1870 for Bertram Wodehouse Currie MP and demolished in 1926. The two form a particularly picturesque group, and are good examples ofDevey's consumate skill in designing estate cottages.

Listing NGR: TQ2133570274

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 436620

Legacy System: LBS

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