Large Houses in Aldenham

Wall Hall


Wall Hall, Aldenham. from The Book of Radlett and Aldenham

Aldenham Abbey

WALL HALL, N of Edge Grove. Castellated, turreted, and cemented house of 1802 (then given the fancy name Aldenham Abbey) and c.1830. Some artificial ruins, an Ionic covered garden seat, and an icehouse in the grounds. Since 1945 a teacher training college, with extensive buildings by the County Architect's Department (1961-8 by R. L. Pye; library 1970-1 by A. J. Janes) linked to the old house by the facade of the big Gothic conservatory. The stable block, with weather­ boarded clock tower, has been attractively converted. [The Buildings of England: Hertfordshire]

The house has now been converted to apartments as part of a housing development [details].

Aldenham Abbey

Posted August 1904 (Downer)


Wall Hall, Aldenham

Posted 1915

No publisher but "typical" Downer card.

Herts Advertiser, 16 October, 1875

See Wall Hall: From Farmhouse to University

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