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Latitude: 51.5582 / 51°33'29"N
Longitude: -0.8251 / 0°49'30"W
OS Eastings: 481547
OS Northings: 185025
OS Grid: SU815850
Mapcode National: GBR D60.86X
Mapcode Global: VHDWH.N359
Entry Name: Kingswood little Kingswood
Listing Date: 8 January 1987
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1125592
English Heritage Legacy ID: 47017
Location: Medmenham, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, SL7
Civil Parish: Medmenham
Built-Up Area: Danesfield
Traditional County: Buckinghamshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Buckinghamshire
Church of England Parish: Medmenham
Church of England Diocese: Oxford
MEDMENHAM HENLEY ROAD
SU 88 NW
4/134 Kingswood and Little
Two houses, built as house for Mr. Hudson's agent. Circa 1897-1900,
slightly altered and extended later C20. By Romaine Walker. Dressed
chalk with stone mullion windows, upper storey on garden side roughcast
and whitewashed with wooden mullion and transom windows. Plain tile
roof, brick chimneys with 'V' pilasters and off-set heads. 2 storeys
and attic, the upper storey on garden side jettied with wooden
bressumer on curved wooden brackets. Approximately 6 bays of
irregular leaded casements, those to ground floor left and to first
floor with blind boxes. 2 later C20 flat-roofed dormers in outer
bays. 2 centre bays have deeper projection to first floor with
elaborately cusped wooden bargeboards to 'M' gable. This projection
was formerly an arcaded balcony but has been altered mid C20 with
leaded glazing and central extension on posts. Board door below in
moulded and stopped 4-centred stone arch. Lower bay set back to
left with half-hipped roof and later half-timbered extension. 1923
2-bay extension to right, of whitewashed roughcast with stone mullion
and transom bow window to gabled right bay. Rear has flanking
gabled bays with bargeboards and finials, and bridge to central
first floor porch. Porch has coped gable with moulded kneelers,
door in 4-centred stone arch with Tudor hoodmould and lozenge panel
above. Interior: small first floor hall in late medieval style,
with moulded panelling, coved wooden canopy over 4-centred stone
fireplace, and arch-braced roof trusses with ornamental richly
moulded wooden surround and good local tiles.
(Country Life, 1900 p. 204).
Listing NGR: SU8154785025
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