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12 buildings recorded in the parish of Banstead


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BuildingDateN.G.R.
No.32 The Drive 1867-75 TQ243589
One of a pair of estate cottages built in the drive to Nork House,probably between 1867 & 1875.
Nos 6/10 The Green Cottages 19c TQ241578
3 centre cottages of 19th century origin flanked by 2 similar cottages at either end built later in the century.
Ivy Cottage 19c TQ241578
Attractive 2 storey clapboard cottage well situated on The Green.
Laurel Cottage Nos.5 & 6 Avenue Road M19c TQ259579
Handsome pair of cottages built on Lambert Estate in mid 19c,with gables and jetties, & family crest on front.
Mint Farm E17c TQ261591
Early 17c central chimney timber framed house with many additions.
No.8 Mint Road 19c TQ261591
One of a row of 10 workmen's cottages serving Mint Farm,built of flint.
No.11 Mint Road M19c TQ261591
Originally a pair of 19c workmen's cottages for Mint Farm,now one dwelling.
No.13 Mint Road 18c TQ261591
Picturesque attached brick & clapboard of probable 18c origin,wth cellar.
Park Cottage 18c TQ258598
Dignified small Georgian double house.
Well Farm 15c TQ259599
Outstanding mediaeval open hall house with solar wing & 2-storied porch,both 15c and jettied. A Georgian brick facade added in 1764.
Wilmot 1841 TQ260596
A 19c house used for Calvinistic worship on Sundays,with a carriage entrance integral to main frontage,and unaltered interior.
Woodman's Cottage 18c TQ260596
Elegant 18c double pile house with very handsome front door.

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