Letchford House in Headstone Lane
Letchford House in Headstone Lane
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Letchford House in Headstone Lane
Front elevation of Letchford House, Headstone Lane, Harrow, a Grade II listed building built in 1670, with eighteenth-century alterations. It is a stucco gabled house with sash windows front door with fanlight window and porch with Doric columns. Converted to offices of a chartered accountants’ in 1975, it has now returned to residential property. It was named after Dr Letchford, who was buried in the chancel of the parish church of St John the Baptist, Pinner, in 1665 with his wife in 1666. Straight path leading to porch with lawn and shrubs.
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