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Latitude: 51.4304 / 51°25'49"N
Longitude: -0.1432 / 0°8'35"W
OS Eastings: 529173
OS Northings: 171793
OS Grid: TQ291717
Mapcode National: GBR F3.QJQ
Mapcode Global: VHGRC.G9MS
Entry Name: Dixcote
Listing Date: 7 April 1983
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1065512
English Heritage Legacy ID: 207091
Location: Wandsworth, London, SW16
Electoral Ward/Division: Furzedown
Built-Up Area: Wandsworth
Traditional County: Surrey
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London
Church of England Parish: Streatham Park St Alban
Church of England Diocese: Southwark
In the entry for:
NORTH DRIVE SW16
TQ 27SE 4/25
The Grade shall be amended to read II* (star).
NORTH DRIVE SW16 DRIVE SW16
TQ 27SE 4/25
1897 by C F A Voysey. Executed by Walter Cave. A broad asymmetrical 7-bay,
2-storey composition, a roughcast with Ham Hill stone dressings and tile roof.
The casement windows have stone mullions and leaded lights. On the ground floor
the openings are, left to right, a segmental carriage arch with a band of small
casements above the whole framed between full-height buttresses;
a triple and a double casement framing a plain door;
a triple casement;
a quadruple casement;
a strongly projecting Doric porch, the returns canted on plan; and a quintuple
The window heads are linked by a stone string.
On the first floor to the right of the carriage arch the second and third bays
have respectively triple and double casements and 2 double casements linked by a
string at the head and placed between twin gables.
The fourth, fifth and sixth bays have triple casements beneath a deep cornice which
breaks round the piers framing the fifth bay. The fifth and sixth bay casements
are double-height with a lower tier of glazing changing the first floor cullband to
The seventh bay triple casement and its cornice read as a half-dormer between
hipped eaves roofs supported on iron stays.
The stacks have cornices, the left-hand stack being of characteristic battered form.
Listing NGR: TQ2917371793
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