10 & 12 The Green


10 and 12 The Green, Mentmore, Buckinghamshire, LU7 0Q



Roofed and walled permanent structures.


Pair of mid-nineteenth century semi-detached estate cottages These are local buildings of note highlighted in the conservation area review of Mentmore (B1) designated by the Cabinet on behalf of the Council on 10 March 2020


Statement of Significance

Asset type

Pair of mid-nineteenth century estate cottages. Significance: An early element of the mid-late C19 estate village, survives intact Issues: Gate and fencing vulnerable to loss and damage.


Built before 1862, with modern extensions

Architectural and Artistic Interest

Red brick with white gault brick dressings and quoins. Blue tile gabled main roof with decorative banding and substantial central chimney. Hipped side projections. Windows with heavy white brick chamfered surrounds with segmental heads. Hipped central flush gable. Empty space for plaque in centre of first floor frontage. Timber porches with arched detail in front of side extensions Hipped porch roof with decorative banding. Eaves courses of diagonal yellow brick. To rear; two gables at first floor, modern ground floor extensions in red brick. Retains C19 iron gate and fencing within hedge.

Group Value

Part of an early group in various styles with Nos. 12, 14 & 34.

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10 and 12 The Green

Date Listed

10 Jan 2023

Last Updated

30 Jun 2022

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