50 buildings recorded in the parish of Shere

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Ash & Willow Cottages c1494 TQ073478
A fine small Wealden house of 3 bays,with the 'flying wall plate' now removed.
Beech Cottage c1825 TQ068482
Pair of cottages, now one. 19c brick ground floor, timbers above possibly from old Albury cottage
Bignolds & Beulah E17c TQ072479
3 bay cottage with workshop/store,now separate cottage. 18c stone extension
Bodryn & Forge Cottage L15c TQ074478
Open hall house with floored service end and rebuilt parlour wing.
The Cottage & Haven Cottage 18c TQ074478
Haven Cottage = one room cottage, 18c, adjoining "Rookery Nook". 19c extension to enlarge it, now two
Cotterells, formerly Parklands E18c TQ074461
Fine early 18c double pile addition with cellar to earlier house of two builds
- Barn E17c TQ074463
Fine 17c weatherboarded barn with 2 cart entrances & 2 added bays
- Cart Shed E18c TQ074463
An early 18c 3 bay cart shed,open at each end and probably at sides
- Looseboxes 18c TQ074463
18c building with some re-used timbers,moved. Recently converted to looseboxes
Denmarke c1600 TQ071479
Four bay floored building, end on to road, possibly some domestic use. Fine details
Dial Cottage E17c TQ072477
Early 17c 3 bay central chimney house with late 17c rear wing.
Elm Cottage E17c TQ073479
2 bay end chimney weaver's house with framed lean-to and stair turret
Fredericks, formerly Oak Cottage E17c TQ076479
2 bay probable end chimney house.Late 17c bay at end,18c one at back
High House Barn c1880 TQ075478
Five bay barn with two threshing floors and two pairs of doors each side
- Bank Barn/Stable 1786 TQ075478
Bank barn with stable below. Additions at end and front
- Granary/Bull Pen 17c TQ075477
Timber framed granary on bank,with attached stone bull pen below,with boarded gable,slated roof
- Implement Shed L18c TQ075477
Four bay implement shed,open each end. Boarded on English bond brick plinth
Hound House c1500 TQ075448
Open hall house with many additions and fine Regency front.
- Aisled Barn E18c TQ074449
4 bay stone aisled barn with entrance moved to end from sides
- Granary 18c TQ074448
2 bay square timber framed granary on staddles,but floor gone & now garden shed.Has been moved.Pyramidal roof.Brick nogged
- Large Barn L17c TQ074448
Large barn consisting of 2 smaller ones,of different ages,moved and joined together
- Stables E19c TQ073448
Stable block between existing buildings; 2 storey central tower. Tack room, later bedroom over. 6 horses.
June Garden 1610 TQ072479
Double pile house,with 17c plan,but timber framed
Knapps Cottage M17c TQ070479
Mid 17c side chimney house,later joined to Waitlands as one house,now separate.
Knaveshurst L17c TQ074476
Late 17c end chimney stone house,with added cellar,built over in 18c,together with back wing
- Barn E18c TQ074476
Two bay,1½ storey building, indeterminate age,with covered way to house with bothy over
Lime Cottage E16c TQ071479
A small 2 bay hall house, 1 bay open
Nos.1/4 Lower Street 14c TQ073478
Former open hall house - only parlour wing remains not rebuilt.
Manor Cottage L15c TQ074479
4 bay open hall house, with face wing over outshot. Possibly Weaver's house
Monks House (formerly Gravel Pits) c1663 TQ082476
L-shaped house,timber framed,now partly rendered,with many back additions
Old Cottage c1450 TQ071479
Half probable 4 bay open hall house added to earlier 2 bay parlour wing. Brick faced.
Old Manor House Cottages c1500 TQ072479
Open hall house with crosswings, stair turret,cellar. Much altered,now divided
The Old Post Office (Mumfords,Tyme for Kitchens) L15c TQ073479
Open hall (gone) rebuilt in two storeys, with solar & service wings.
The Old Prison c1600 TQ070480
Smoke bay house,2 bays. Wing added as lockup c1650. Incomplete report
Pantry's L18c TQ074478
18c shop addition to No.5 The Square, now a separate house
Parklands Farm - Grain drying store c1900 TQ074463
Cowshed/milking parlour and laundry,part converted to grain drying store
Pilgrims Garth/Anchor Cottage L16c TQ071479
Only Pilgrims Garth recorded, which comprises cross wing jettied to front, & part of main range & hearth in rear lean-to.
Ponds Lane House c1600 TQ068463
Timber framed house,much altered,even rebuilt,incorporating 2 bay "earlier" type dairy
- Granary/Bothy M19c TQ068463
19c granary of re-used timbers,converted to bothy in 1930s with added bay and chimney
Rookery Nook c1485 TQ072477
A 3 bay Wealden house,richly built,now bridged across to form a continuous jetty. (see Sheercraft)
Sayers 1797 TQ074478
L-shaped Georgian house with parapet; original entrance from churchyard,now altered
Seaforth Cottage 1632? TQ075479
Timber framed building,brick nogged,rendered; outshot built up with 'M' roof. Probably later than documented date
Sheercraft (now The Shere Shop) E16c TQ073477
Possibly added parlour wing to Rookery Nook First floor only remains with later shop below
No.5 The Square E17c TQ074478
17c house (part possibly earlier) brick faced,to which "Pantrys" was added as a shop
Tudor Cottage E15c TQ073479
Early open hall house with internal jetty, added bay and stair turret
Vaughans [mainly rebuilt] M16c TQ074477
Possible open hall with added smoke bay,possibly rebuilt in 17c, now rendered
Nos.1/4 Vine Cottages E15c TQ073479
Open hall house with earlier detached kitchen & jettied parlour wing.
Waitlands E17c TQ070479
Early 17c end chimney house,later joined to Knapps Cottage as one house, now separate
The White Horse c1450 TQ074478
House with rebuilt jettied central hall and contemporary jettied wing. One original jettied wing
Yew Trees E17c TQ073477
Possible 2 bay house with added bay ("Trenchmore" - not recorded),gentrified in 18c; now divided

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