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The Lawn and Attached Wall to South

A Grade II Listed Building in Harlow, Essex

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Latitude: 51.7808 / 51°46'50"N

Longitude: 0.1257 / 0°7'32"E

OS Eastings: 546736

OS Northings: 211260

OS Grid: TL467112

Mapcode National: GBR LDJ.8M9

Mapcode Global: VHHM7.4HBQ

Plus Code: 9F32Q4JG+87

Entry Name: The Lawn and Attached Wall to South

Listing Date: 22 December 1998

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1246029

English Heritage Legacy ID: 472059

Location: Mark Hall, Harlow, Essex, CM20

County: Essex

Electoral Ward/Division: Mark Hall

Built-Up Area: Harlow

Traditional County: Essex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Essex

Church of England Parish: St Mary-at-Latton

Church of England Diocese: Chelmsford

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973/2/10006 Nos. 37-52
The Lawn and attached
Wall to South


Block of flats and attached wall to south. 1950-51, by Frederick Gibberd. Three storeys. Long, low, flat roofed block with deck access to north side to one and two-bedroom flats. Loadbearing brick structure, with hollow tile floors and roof Red brick end walls in double stretcher bond. Recessed orange brick south elevation. Void on ground floor, two thirds along block, and structure above carried on nine freestanding pilotis. To one side is the original washroom, clad in pale blue ceramic tiles. The void allows the ground plane and paving to flow through, creating a visual link between the blocks. The original metal windows have been replaced with UPVC. Interiors not of special interest.
This block was designed with and provides a visual counterpoint for Nos 1-36 The Lawn, the first residential tower block in Britain.

Listing NGR: TL4673611260

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