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IoE Number: 122171
Location: NEW FARMHOUSE, B184 (east side)
Photographer: N/A
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 28 June 1983
Date of last amendment: 28 June 1983
Grade II

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GREAT EASTONB184 E SIDENew FarmhouseTL 62 Sll : 7/2

1. GREAT EASTON B184 E SIDE New Farmhouse TL 62 Sll : 7/2 II 2. House, 1934 (owners information) by W F Crittall, assisted by Messrs Joseph of St Pauls Churchyard, London. 2 and part 3 storey, painted brick, modern movement house with a series of stepped, parapeted, flat roofs. The entrance front has a central, 3 storey, glazed, 7 sided stair tower and reinforced concrete canopy. This is sited against a tall, 2 storey centre block, which has symmetrical, lower, 2 storey wings. The S garden front has a continuous parapet roofline with the stair tower behind. The central 2/3 has r.c. balcony at first floor level and french windows at both ground and first floor levels. At first floor level there are, edge of facade windows, which wrap around onto the E and W elevations. All windows are Crittall metal casements with glazing bars. The interior has original staircase, fitted furniture and wall finishes. Central flagpole on front of parapet. Various flat, roofed, single storey ancillary buildings and long garden wall, with contemporary ironwork in filled openings. W F Crittall was Technical Director of the Crittall Metal Window Company.

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