52A, NORTH HILL N6, 50-54, NORTH HILL N6

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1358883
Date first listed:
10-May-1974
Statutory Address:
50-54, NORTH HILL N6
Statutory Address:
52A, NORTH HILL N6

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Ordnance survey map of 52A, NORTH HILL N6, 50-54, NORTH HILL N6
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Location

Statutory Address:
50-54, NORTH HILL N6
Statutory Address:
52A, NORTH HILL N6

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

County:
Greater London Authority
District:
Haringey (London Borough)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 28072 88260

Details

1. 4415 NORTH HILL N6 (East Side) Highgate ------------- Nos 50 to 54 (even) No 52A TQ 2888 31/175

II GV

2. No 50. Early-mid C19 villa set back from road. 3 storey centre block with 2 storey right entrance section slightly set back. Stucco with banded rusticated ground floor forming voussoirs to window. 2 windows on floors above. Hipped slated roof. Sash windows on 2nd floor, long casements on 1st floor leading to cast iron balconies, modern casement on ground floor, all with glazing bars. Half glazed door, with margin lights, in wood porch with cornice. Lean-to 2 storey left extension, which is part of the property of No 52: 3 storey, 2 window early C19 house with low pitched slated roof and central chimney. Stuccoed. 2nd floor casement windows in moulded architraves. 1st floor oriel bay casements with hipped roofs. Ground floor long casements under full width loggia with swept roof on wood posts. Scalloped bargeboard. Lean-to right extension has French Doors under glazed hood and a small casement above. No 54 (FERNWOOD) is a 3 storey and basement, 3 window early-mid C19 villa. Stuccoed. Hipped slate roof has wide eaves soffit with paired brackets. String at 2nd floor cills. On 1st and 2nd floors sash windows with glazing bars in raised surrounds with keystones and bracketed cills. Blind cases to 1st floor windows. On ground floor later C19 square and canted bays flank half-glazed door in quasi-classical porch. Right coachhouse extension, linked by wall with arched entrance, is of painted brick with low pitched slated roof. Arcaded ground floor and oculus in gable above. Central louvred turret. This stable is part of the property of No 52A.

Nos 50 to 54 (even) form a group.



Listing NGR: TQ2807288260

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
201439
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

End of official listing

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