This is the third of a series highlighting Welwyn’s rich heritage of Listed Buildings. It is extracted from an old document found within WPAG archives which is represented as ‘the 29th list of buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest‘, (for Welwyn Parish within the District of Welwyn Hatfield), and ‘certified on 9th January 1989′ by the Executive County & Estates Officer of Hertfordshire County Council.
N.B. This might not be the latest such list, and should not therefore be relied upon for its accuracy. There have been amendments, and this extract is provided solely for information and interest.
Welwyn, Church Street (South side)
No. 9 Grade II Listed
House. C17 core, later C18 red brick casing.
Vitrified brick headers, old tile roof. Mid C17 chimney stack towards W end with conjoined square shafts and ovolo cornice. 3 x 1st floor 3-light leaded casements with metal frames in pegged oak surrounds.
Segmental-headed ground floor early C19 casement and fixed windows with glazing bars.
Half timbered E gable.
(Currently Bryan Bishop – Estate Agents)