SP9202 : Little Pednor House

near to Chartridge, Buckinghamshire, Great Britain

Little Pednor House
Little Pednor House
Another part of the Little Pednor Farm group of buildings (Cf. SP9202 : Little Pednor). There is some wonderful brickwork in these buildings which have a look of Lutyens to them. The central dovecote is an unusual feature.
According to the English Heriatge listing LinkExternal link the house - now simply called "Pednor House" - was designed by the architects Forbes and Tate, and dates from 1910 though incorporating a C17th & C18th timber framed house. It is Grade II listed.
The dovecote - by the same architects - is separately listed LinkExternal link (also Grade II).
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Wednesday, 10 May, 2006   (more nearby)
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