Beaconsfield Lock-Up

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Overview

Nation   England

County   Buckinghamshire

Location   The Old Estate Office, on island site in Aylesbury End,  Beaconsfield

Map location   exact or closely approximate

Year opened   Unknown

Year closed   Unknown

Century of Operation   1700-1799

Building Type   Lock-Up

Remarks   Grade II listed. Privately owned. Formerly Hall Barn Estate Office but now serving as estate agents' offices.

Description

'Formerly the Lock-up, some remains of which still preserved. C18 much altered. Two storeys. Red brick; old tile roof with moulded wooden eaves cornice. Three bays wide, the outer 2 recessed slightly and the centre one emphasized by rusticated quoins. First floor with 3 sashes, the ground floor with 2 shorter ones and a central modern door beneath a timber hood on brackets.'

Historic England, National Heritage List for England, '12/13 Hall Barn Estate Office, (on island site)', Beaconsfield, LEN1124588

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  • Beaconsfield: The former lock-up buildingNigel Cox (cc-by-sa/2.0)

Description: Beaconsfield: The former lock-up building

Photo by: Nigel Cox (cc-by-sa/2.0)

SOURCES

    Historic England, National Heritage List for England, '12/13 Hall Barn Estate Office, (on island site)', Beaconsfield, LEN1124588

  • https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1124588
  • Roy's Blog, 'BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Lock-ups at Amersham, Beaconsfield, Great Missenden, Wendover and West Wycombe.' (26 June 2013)

  • http://roys-roy.blogspot.com/2013/06/lock-ups-at-amersham-beaconsfield-great.html

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