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© Mr A. Gude

IoE Number: 159774
Location: RED HOUSE, HIGH STREET (east side)
Photographer: Mr A. Gude
Date Photographed: 21 May 2002
Date listed: 19 October 1951
Date of last amendment: 06 July 1984
Grade II

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TL 3629BUNTINGFORDHIGH STREET(east side)7/32No 84 (formerly listed as theRed House) and No 86

TL 3629 BUNTINGFORD HIGH STREET (east side) 7/32 No 84 (formerly listed as the Red House) and No 86 (North End Cottage)(formerly 19.10.51 listed as No 86 (Red Cottage)) 22.2.69 GV II 2 houses. Circa 1710, matching N extension (No 86) probably c1900. Red brick with blue headers, projecting wooden eaves cornice and steep old red tile hipped roof. A tall, 2 storeys cellar and attics, formerly symmetrical Queen Anne style house 5 windows long with a narrow one-window matching extension at N end (No 86). Single-pile, end chimneys, central entrance plan, with later additions at rear and N end. Front now has 4 box dormers on roof slope, a bold modillioned cornice extended over N part, flush-box sash windows, with 6/6 panes and red rubbed brick arches, floor band and chamfered plinth extended over N part, main doorcase with elaborately carved foliate trusses with cut- back hood, half-glazed door, and fanlight. Door to N end up 2 steps. 6-panel flush-beaded door with deep moulded flat hood on shaped brackets. Interior altered but good cornice and corner fireplace in SW room on Ground floor.

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