Wednesday, 25 November 2009

The London/Hertfordshire boundary - Crews Hill

The London/ Enfield/Hertfordshire boundary goes east along a road to Williams Farm and crosses Burnt Farm Ride and some woodland.


Post to the west Crews Hill
Post to the east White Webbs
Post to the north Crews Hill
Post to the south Whitewebbs


Sites on the London, Enfield, side of the boundary
TL 3152100046


Area of garden centres and nurseries together with older buildings, once farms

Burnt Farm Ride
Glasgow Stud 17th century, HQ of British Bloodstock Agency, farmhouse staircase. Farmhouse c17, Staircase with strapwork balusters; first-floor stone fireplace with carved artisan Mannerist detail. listed

Crews Hill Paddocks
Crews Hill Piggeries
Stud Cottages

Sanders Corner
Williams Farm

Cattlegate Road
Glasshouses. To the east of Crews Hill station, north and south of Cattlegate Road, is an area of glasshouses of the kind formerly ubiquitous in the Lea Valley.
Cuffley Brook
Tilekiln Osiers

Sources
British Bloodstock Agency. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. Hertfordshire

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