DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


14 buildings recorded in the parish of Clandon, West


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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Australind 18c TQ045526
Originally a farmhouse,now with modern additions & with windows & door altered round or blocked up.
Cuckoo Cottage L15c TQ045526
First recognition in Surrey of a 2-bay half-floored hall being doubled, probably in early 16c
Dibbles c1550 TQ045523
A double smoke bay house with modern additions timber framed in keeping
Fludyers L15c TQ044521
Very late 15c open hall house always floored at both ends with transitional type of roof
Hawthorne Cottage c1550 TQ043531
A fine smoke hood house retaining many original features
Hillier Cottage L17c TQ044512
Attractive timber framed cottage with dormer windows and small Georgian face wing
Lavender Cottage L18c TQ044524
Small brick house with outshot & extensions at either side.
October Cottage 18c TQ045515
Simple cottage with a 2-bay extension and modern face wing extension, built up against an earlier house
Old Boodles M15c TQ044530
Originally a 4-bay hall house with one bay of hall still open to roof and some unusual building features
The Old House E17c TQ044521
Central smoke bay,added timber framed wing,1 or 2 bays replaced by 2 bay cross wing. E20c additions.
The Post House E18c TQ044514
2 storey,2 unit brick house with 2 end chimneys, extended at one end by one unit.Later single room front extension for a shop. Modern additions.
Poyners Cottage 16c TQ040533
A late smoke hood cottage with added timber framed bay
Springfield House E19c TQ044512
Symmetrical,pleasing,Regency house with 1950s extensions.
Strangeways E17c TQ046513
Very early brick house with unusually placed hearth along back wall & many interesting internal features.

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