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Hanworth Park House

A Grade II Listed Building in Hanworth Park, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.4399 / 51°26'23"N

Longitude: -0.3987 / 0°23'55"W

OS Eastings: 511389

OS Northings: 172428

OS Grid: TQ113724

Mapcode National: GBR 4Q.04J

Mapcode Global: VHFTS.12KH

Entry Name: Hanworth Park House

Listing Date: 14 August 1953

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1240343

English Heritage Legacy ID: 438734

Location: Hounslow, London, TW13

County: London

District: Hounslow

Electoral Ward/Division: Hanworth Park

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: St George Hanworth

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text

1.
4419 UXBRIDGE ROAD, FELTHAM
AND HANWORTH

Hanworth Park House
TQ 1172 36/420 14.8.53.

II


2.
Built by the Duke of St Albans to replace Old Hanworth Park which was burnt
down in 1797. (For remains of earlier house see Tudor Court and Tudor
Close). 2 storeys and tall basement. Stock brick, 11 French casements
to both floors opening on to balcony, flat eaves, central open pediment
with bargeboards, hipped slate roof. The balcony is of 2 storeys, 11 bays
long built on to a stock brick open segmental arcaded basement of small
arches over area, and is brought forward for the centre 3 bays and end
2 bays. Ground floor with paired cast iron columns and iron trellis balustrading
and central Portland stone tetrastyle fluted Greek Doric columned portico
with frieze end cornice. Approach flight of 17 wide Portland stone steps
with plain balustrades and cast iron lamps to base with round cast iron
lanterns. Rosette frieze above columns and cornice. 1st floor with cast
iron trellis standards and panels, centre with stone piers. Similar rosette
frieze above. West elevation has balcony on brackets to ground floor with
verandah.
Interior is of simple Greek design, somewhat modified. The staircase is
of the well type with cast iron balusters and with square central glazed
lantern over. Grounds contain few trees. VCH; Pevsner, "The Buildings
of England".


Listing NGR: TQ1138972428

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Description

1.
4419 UXBRIDGE ROAD, FELTHAM
AND HANWORTH

Hanworth Park House
TQ 1172 36/420 14.8.53.

II


2.
Built by the Duke of St Albans to replace Old Hanworth Park which was burnt
down in 1797. (For remains of earlier house see Tudor Court and Tudor
Close). 2 storeys and tall basement. Stock brick, 11 French casements
to both floors opening on to balcony, flat eaves, central open pediment
with bargeboards, hipped slate roof. The balcony is of 2 storeys, 11 bays
long built on to a stock brick open segmental arcaded basement of small
arches over area, and is brought forward for the centre 3 bays and end
2 bays. Ground floor with paired cast iron columns and iron trellis balustrading
and central Portland stone tetrastyle fluted Greek Doric columned portico
with frieze end cornice. Approach flight of 17 wide Portland stone steps
with plain balustrades and cast iron lamps to base with round cast iron
lanterns. Rosette frieze above columns and cornice. 1st floor with cast
iron trellis standards and panels, centre with stone piers. Similar rosette
frieze above. West elevation has balcony on brackets to ground floor with
verandah.
Interior is of simple Greek design, somewhat modified. The staircase is
of the well type with cast iron balusters and with square central glazed
lantern over. Grounds contain few trees. VCH; Pevsner, "The Buildings
of England".


Listing NGR: TQ1138972428

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