1 Upper Butts

1 Upper Butts

“Glan Helen”, 1 Upper Butts
Brentford

Residence built in early 18th century.

Grade II statutory listed.

In Butts Conservation Area.

English Heritage listing

Early C18. Brown brick. 2 storeys and attic, 5 double-hung sashes in surrounds and cambered relieving arches. Modern door, traceried fanlight, reeded surround, hood. Modillions eaves cornice, old red tile roof, 2 dormers. Interior – panelling and staircase. RCHM. NMR.

Further Information

Some history books name it with the Welsh spelling “Llan Helen”

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1 Upper Butts

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1 Upper Butts 51.485291, -0.309763 1 Upper Butts
The Gables, 1 Brent Road

1 Brent Road

The Gables
1 Brent Road

Residence built in 1887.

In Butts Conservation Area.

History

The owner 2009 has been researching the history and occupants of this house built for F. W. Lacey the local surveyor (designer of The Old Pumping Station) in 1887.

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1 Brent Road 51.486942, -0.308304 The Gables, 1 Brent Road
40 The Butts

40 The Butts

Residence built in 18th century.

Grade II statutory listed.

In Butts Conservation Area.

English Heritage Listing

C18. Brown brick. 3-storeys. 2 double-hung sashes in reveals with red brick rubbed flat arches, no glazing bars (at time of listing July 1951). Very fine doorway, fluted Corinthian pilasters, entablature with carved frieze and dentil cornice, panelled reveal, altered 6-panel door. Central 1st floor window has semi- circular arch and raised keystone. Rendered plinth. NMR.

Further Information

English Heritage requires update: Glazing bars reinstalled.

Glynis Chorley (via Facebook) tells us that the black gates to the right are from the old Ealing Road School.

31-32 The Butts

31-32 The Butts

Residence built in 18th century.

Grade II statutory listed.

In Butts Conservation Area.

English Heritage Listing

C18. Brown brick. 2-storey, 2 windows flush frame wood reveals, glazing bars. 2 later dormers. Slate mansard roof. Ground floor windows have cambered arches. Modern door with blocked fan and hood. NMR

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31-32 The Butts 51.484316, -0.308685 31-32 The Butts

 

24 The Butts

24 The Butts

Residence built in 18th century, or possibly 1690.

Grade II statutory listed.

In Butts Conservation Area.

English Heritage Listing Description

Early C18. Brown brick with red brick dressings. 2-storeys, basement and attic, 4 double-hung sashes in plain surrounds. Basement has plinth, windows have cambered relieving arches; ground floor windows have segmental arches with projecting keystones. Sunk rectangular window apron panels below 1st floor windows. Modillion eaves cornice, machine tile hipped roof, 2 segmental- headed dormers. Doorway: 6 fielded panel door, traceried fanlight, surround of narrow panels, bracketed hood. NMR.

Further Information

According to historical records, this building could be as early as 1690.

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24 The Butts 51.484582, -0.308824 24 The Butts