DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


56 buildings recorded in the parish of Chiddingfold

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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Botley House L16c SU936355
A 4 or 5 bay,probably an early central chimney house,with much reconstruction.
Brook House and Brockhurst M15c SU962354
A fine quality open hall house of 3 bays with a later 4 bay wing
Centuries E19c SU962355
A late brick built building circa E19c with later additions.
Cherfold Cottage E18c SU956342
A small cottage built of golden sandstone with fine galleting.
Cherry Tree Cottage E17c SU933321
A small 3 bay 2 storey timber framed cottage with smoke bay in smaller end bay.
Church Cottage c1450 SU960353
An interesting,much altered,mediaeval house, 2 bays remaining.
Codling Cottage E19c SU963355
Combe Hatch L16c SU946360
A 2 bay cottage with an extra truss for a smoke hood.
Combe Court Farm 1432 SU941361
A richly built 4 bay open hall house on a site better known for its magnificent Victorian farm buildings.
- Farmyard 1882 SU941359
Combe Farm House E14c SU955356
A fine 2 bay timber framed house retaining features found only in the oldest surviving mediaeval houses in Surrey.
The Courtyard & Willows M15c SU962354
Three bays remaining of a timber framed open hall house,behind later brick built houses and shop facades.
Coxcombe Cottage L18c SU969358
Part of a row of six one room down,one room up,cottages now modernised.
Downlands L18c SU977328
Originally a pair of late 18c semi-detached brick cottages now converted into a farmhouse.
- Cart shed/granary L19c SU977327
Single storey,three bay,brick built cart shed with granary in the roof space.
- Farm Buildings 19c SU977327
Attractive group of farm buildings, late 18c to 19c.
- Stick drying shed L19c SU977328
A simple wooden shed for stick drying with a large brick chimney and hearth at one end.
Dunsfold Ryse 16c TQ004353
A large 5 bay barn skilfully adapted as a dwelling, possibly by Cummings.
Fisher Lane Farm L16c SU975331
A fine 3 bay end smoke bay house with many original features and later additions.
- Barn ? SU975331
5 bay barn with half-hipped clasped purlin roof & porch. Interior not available.
Friars Gate 15c SU961353
An important Wealden Yeoman's open hall house with later additions.
Gostrode Farm c1583 SU958332
A very high quality build of 3½ bays, the half bay being for staircase to the 1st floor & attic,all probably the wing of a
Greenaway 1545 SU963354
A 2 bay house,possibly a remaining cross wing,but more likely an early self-contained chimney house.
- Granary 19c SU953355
A small Regency boarded granary with square dovecot on top.
Grove Cottage E17c SU961354
Early 17c chimney house of three bays behind a 19c front.
- Washhouse L18c SU961354
A small 2 bay building under a tiled roof in good condition.
Hawlands c1600 SU942349
A 3 bay timber framed central chimney house of 2 storeys and attics,jettied on three sides.
Little Tugley L17c SU978329
A transitional long farmhouse,brick walls with timber framing above.
- Barn 17c SU978329
A 3 bay boarded threshing barn with half-hipped roof.
Misselbrook Cottage L16c SU948363
A 3 bay timber framed end smoke bay house with 17c & 20c additions.
The Old Barn L16c SU965363
Probably a 3 bay end smoke bay house with many original features.
Old Pickhurst L16c SU968342
A dignified glass-master's house built of stone with brick decorations.
- Barn E19c SU971342
Early 19c brick barn.
Pockford Brook M16c SU982367
A 2 bay timber framed end smoke hood house with single Queen strut roof.
Pockford House 1806 SU973366
An 1806 brick house of 2 storeys and cellars with shallow hipped & tiled roof. Architect's report in 1982 for development.
Prestwick Manor Farm - Barns 18c SU973356
Approach to farmhouse between these 2 barns. The arch contains 40 pigeon entrances.
- Cartshed ? SU973356
Small 3 bay shelter open at both ends.
Quince Cottage L16c SU982350
2 timber framed cottages - L16c smokebay & E17c end chimney - set at right angles. An interesting complex retaining many interesting features.
Ramster E17c SU946333
A fine E17c timber framed central chimney house with 19c embellishments. Home of a glass master (?)
- Barn L17c SU946333
A L17c five bay barn,aisled on West side, extended to eight bays later
Redwood M16c SU986355
A four bay central smoke bay house with later additions
Roppeleghs - old build c1497 SU936340
A 2 storey 2 bay build, probably the wing of a now vanished main build.
Roppeleghs - new house c1593 SU936340
A 3 bay, 2 storey plus attics, chimney house adjoining a crosswing from an earlier build.
- kitchen wing c1593 SU936340
- Barn 19c SU937340
Barn of three bays with half hipped roof.
- Granary 18c SU935341
Small timber framed granary.
Rose Cottage E18c SU964355
A brick two storey cottage with a single storey rear outshot and an end chimney.
Rye Cottage c1591 SU970355
A 2½ bay central smoke bay house with one more bay thought to be an addition.
Rye Street Cottage L16c SU971357
A timber framed cottage of 3 bays with the smoke bay in the West end bay,retaining early features.
Skinners Land Farm L15c SU968363
A 3 bay mediaeval farmhouse with an open hall in the central bay & a cross wing remaining.
- Barn 18c SU968364
Five bay boarded barn, possibly 18c.
Solars M15c SU963356
Includes a 2 bay mediaeval open hall house, possibly part of a larger house. Interesting with puzzling features.
Tudor Cottage c1600 SU963367
A 3 bay early central chimney house with good scantling timber framing & butt purlin roof.
Watlands E17c SU977346
A 2 bay timber framed outside end chimney house, probably E17c.
West End Farm - Barn ? SU937341
White Beech Farm 19c SU983359
A brick and tile hung Victorian wing with later additions.
- Barn L17c SU983359
A 4 bay threshing barn with part aisle, porch and one added bay. Half-hipped clasped purlin roof.
Wynchfield E17c SU969334

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