DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


64 buildings recorded in the parish of Dorking


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BuildingDateN.G.R.
No.6 Archway Place E19c TQ164496
Beldams Farm E18c TQ178474
Boxhill Farm - Granary M18c TQ183505
Built as a 3 bay open cart shed with granary over - converted to a house 2002
Chadhurst Lodge 19c TQ157468
Chitty's Abattoir L17c TQ165493
Clarendon House 1712 TQ163495
No.11 Cotmandene c1800 TQ171494
No.12 Cotmandene c1900 TQ171494
No.13 Cotmandene c1900 TQ171494
Deepdene - Ice House ? TQ173493
No.38 Dene Street L17c TQ168494
Perhaps a cross-wing of a longer building: 2½ storeys with attics and cellar. End of a terrace of four
Nos.60/62 Dene Street E17c TQ168494
A much restored 6 bay building with rear extensions
Easter Cottage E19c TQ168495
A pair of end chimney central doorway cottages
The Forge L18c TQ165494
A 4 bay building used as workshop/forge
Foxbury 19c TQ184504
The Gun L16c TQ163494
A forward jettied town house,converted to offices c1981,now to be converted into flats
No.1 Hampstead Lane E17c TQ162486
Harrow Cottage c1590 TQ165485
An apparently L18c house - evidence of 2 bay smoke bay house within former farmhouse with dairy room at rear
Nos.37/45 High Street The Wheatsheaf (now "Bookends") c1500 TQ164494
A succession of 3 sets of 2 bays each; with another bay at right-angles to the street forming archway access to rear
No.47 High Street 16c TQ165494
Built as a 2 bay town house jettied to the High Street,much altered in 19c. At one time the George Inn.
No.49 High Street [now The Hearing Centre] E18c TQ166495
A 3 storey 3 bay town house with cellar,archway to rear with 2 floors over."Georgianised" externally
Nos.134-138 High Street 17c TQ167495
No.168 High Street 18c TQ167495
Nos.220-222 High Street The Surrey Yeoman 17c TQ168495
Nos.229/231 High Street 19c TQ168496
No.24 Horsham Road 19c TQ164487
Ivy Cottage M16c TQ175505
A 2 bay end chimney/smoke bay house,framing showing outside
No.7 Junction Road c1880 TQ162493
Kent Cottage E17c TQ166485
A 2-storey barn conversion with continuous rear outshot.
The Kings Arms E16c TQ163493
A 2 bay jettied building,perhaps formerly a cross-wing; separately framed 2 bays at side
Leslie Cottage, Church Street L16c TQ164495
Little Dudley House M17c TQ164491
18c facade to an older building: 3 bays 2 storeys with attics and cellars. Fine staircase and earlier end chimneys. Grade II listed.
Mount House (superseded by report 3586) 18c TQ168494
Nos.11 & 12-17 North Street 19c TQ162492
The Old Vicarage 17c TQ161494
Park Farm - Dairy 1839 TQ181493
- Granary E19c TQ181492
A 19c granary on 12 iron staddles - shown on estate map of 1834
Pear Tree Cottage L16c TQ168493
A 3 bay cottage right on the street; a cross wing added in the 17c
Pilgrim Cottage 19c TQ164491
Pixham Mill Cottage L16c TQ173506
Originally the Miller's house of 3 bays,cross wing added mid 17c
Pump Corner, No.2 South Street 1427 TQ165494
A commandingly sited building originally jettied on 2 sides. No timbers visible now. 19c facade
No.10 Punchbowl Lane 18c TQ175489
2 storey,brick,end chimney house of 2 units:central stair,entrance originally in hearth room.Much up-graded.
Restharrow c1800 TQ169499
No.4 Rose Hill c1840 TQ166491
Rose Hill House/ Butterhill House 18c TQ165403
Nos.2/3/4 South Street 16c TQ164494
Nos.12/14 South Street 17c TQ164493
A 3 bay town house with attics and cellar - internal evidence of 2 storeys,upper jettied. Framing may remain within wall thickness of 19c facade.
No.38 South Street now Woodcocks the Chemist c1600 TQ164493
2 bays with 1½ storeys & cellar with Victorian rear additions. Framed separately from No.40 but shares the same roof
No.40 South Street E17c TQ164493
A 2 bay town house/shop,single bay full width at rear. Added dormers
No.86 South Street 18c TQ165491
Nos.98-102 South Street Mount House 18c TQ168494
No.9 Spring Gardens E19c TQ162495
Nos.2/3/4 West Street M16c TQ165494
3 shop frontages being renovated revealed timber framing of a probably 16c 2 bay end chimney abutting on 1 or 2 bay ditto
Nos.9/10 West Street The Lighthouse L16c TQ164494
A known site since 1365;present building probably c1600 of 7 bays;for many years The Rose & Crown
No.11 West Street L18c TQ163493
An 18c symmetrical brick house, now show rooms. Listed grade II.
Nos.12/15 West Street M16c TQ164494
Now a row of 3 shops,formerly 4 cottages. 1st build probably 3 bays + central smoke bay
No.16 West Street L18c TQ163493
An apparently 18c weatherboarded house, but roof ;ools older.19c added bay
Nos.32/34 West Street E17c TQ162494
A 4 bay central chimney house with added 17c wing with sash windows. Given 19c stucco front bow windows.
Nos.41/42 West Street, Dorking Desk Shop/Elias Antiques 19c TQ162494
On site of timber framed house, later 2 then 3 dwellings, now showrooms and one flat.
No.47 West Street - barn 18c TQ163494
A 2 bay barn,horizontal black weatherboarding
No.49 West Street Thorpe & Foster 18c TQ163494
A former malthouse,now a shop. Partly demolished prior to report to form access to car park. Any framing not visible
No.51 West Street L18c TQ163494
No.52 West Street L18c TQ163494
No.57 West Street formerly The Bell E17c TQ164493
3 bay listed building,cellar under 1 bay,1st floor jettied over street,attics with dormers. Georgianised in 18c.

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