DescriptionDane End House, set back on the s side, is a handsome stuccoed house of the early c19. In front of the centre a one-storey porch with four coupled Ionic columns. Pavilions to l. and r., c. 1910, are said to be by Lutyens, but they display no characteristic features. Large mid-c19 bow-fronted additions on the s side. (Bettley et al, 2019, p.377)
Country house. Early C19 (probably for John Corrie there in 1817). Extended in line to rear in mid C19, side pavilions c1910-12 said to be by Edwin Lutyens. Stucco with hipped slate roofs. Originally a rectangular double-pile house of 3 storeys and cellar, 5 windows wide, facing N. Wide bracketed eaves with plastered soffit. Recessed sash windows with 6/6 panes graduated in height. Central door with raised margin. 4 rooms on each floor with mid wall chimneys, central hall and staircase. Mid C19 bow fronted dining room and large drawing room beyond to S with service yard to E. Tall single storey pavilions for library and larger dining room on E and W. Large portico on N with paired Ionic columns in antis probably of same date. pavilions have moulded entablature with blocking course as parapet with projecting centre on each elevation with tall triple sash windows. (Historic England, list entry 1296059)
BibliographyBettley J, Pevsner N, Cherry B (2019) Hertfordshire. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Historic England. Dane End House. [Online] Available from: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1296059
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