23 buildings recorded in the parish of Clandon, East

† denotes Dendro dated

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Nos.11/12 Back Lane 17c TQ059518
Fine timber framed house with double central chimney built unusually within part of bay
Bay Tree Cottage E16c TQ060517
Small open hall, inserted smoke hood, cross wing unusually added at service end
Boscawen Cottage previously Timbers c1581 TQ058522
An unusual cottage of only 2 bays with an end smoke hood in the larger bay
Chapel Cottage, now Lavender Cottage L17c TQ058516
2-bay cottage of good height with attic and cross wing
Church Cottage M17c TQ060516
2 bay house with built-up lean-tos at either end and a Georgian brick gable
Daphne Cottage L16c TQ058520
An L-shaped house of two builds, the earlier part having a smoke bay
Frogmore Cottage L15c TQ059518
Open hall with internal jetty, inserted smoke hood and good Georgian brickwork
Holmhurst M16c TQ058522
2 bay (1 open) hall house with internal jetty
Home Farm L18c TQ059522
Brick square plan farmhouse of 2 floors & cellar, stands at head of a spring.
- Barn E17c TQ059522
Well built 5-bay barn with inferior 5-bay addition and outshot of 1930s
Lamp Cottage c1582 TQ060517
A high quality well preserved 3 bay smoke hood house,with the smoke hood in an unusual position.
The Old Forge 17c TQ060518
Tall 2-bay brick house with lower 2-bay timber framed building at right angles, probably contemporary
The Old House E16c TQ058522
One bay open hall with added smoke hood
Old Manor Farm E17c TQ059517
17c timber framed house with early 18c additions and alterations including cross wing and brick cladding
Rendels Cottage - Barn E17c TQ061518
Early 17c barn moved from its original site to its present one (on Hatchlands Estate) in the 18c
No.10 The Street c1550 TQ060516
Unusual gable-end house with smoke bay and later additions built parallel to back wall
Stuart Cottage c1550 TQ059519
A smoke bay house with earlier 2-bay wing, both with attractive brick and flint extensions
Tithe Barn L16c TQ060518
8 bay 'Tithe Barn', now 4 houses
Tunmore Cottage c1573 TQ059518
A wonderfully complete 3 bay smoke hood house of considerable quality.
Tunmore Farm - Barn M19c TQ060518
19c barn with regular framing
- Cart Shed 18c TQ061519
Attractive open shed with some old stout timbers
- Granary 18c TQ061519
A granary set on 8 brick pillars,now in-filled,with wooden upper part and tiled roof
Yew Tree & Sawpit Cottages,latter now Wildrose Cottage L16c TQ062518
Original smoke hood house with added bays and faced in brick

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