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IoE Number: 200536
Location: BROOMFIELD HOUSE BROOMFIELD PARK, BROOMFIELD LANE N13 (north side)
  ENFIELD, ENFIELD, GREATER LONDON
Photographer: Mr Mark Berry
Date Photographed: 01 September 2001
Date listed: 12 June 1950
Date of last amendment: 12 June 1950
Grade II*

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4411BROOMFIELD LANE N13(North Side)Broomfield HouseBroomfield ParkTQ 39 SW 23/2912.6.50.Park

1. 4411 BROOMFIELD LANE N13 (North Side) Broomfield House Broomfield Park TQ 39 SW 23/29 12.6.50. Park II* 2. House of several periods. Southern part appears to be of C16 and has high pitched hipped roofs in form of a square, now slated. Northern part of early C18, also with hipped roof now slated. Two old compound brick chimney stacks. Roofs largely concealed by parapets. North front of two storeys, four windows. C18 red brick, formerly painted. Cornice band and lst floor band. lst floor sash windows with glazing bars in wood lined reveals; ground floor long replaced sashes. All other facades covered in C20 roughcast and mock half-timbering. Western entrance has one-storey recessed porch. Some windows late C18 or early C19 sashes with glazing bars. Inside at the south end some original timber framing, including heavy chamfered beams with joiners' marks, and chamfered joists. Good C18 staircase with 3 different balusters to a tread, carved tread ends and ramped handrail. One fine panelled room with ornamental cornice and chimney piece. Other panelling and enriched doorcases. Some carving possibly imported. Staircase walls and ceiling attributed to Sir J Thornhill, but the attribution seems doubtful; the work is either by a copyist or badly painted over.

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