37 buildings recorded in the parish of Wonersh

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Ash Cottage M19c TQ018458
Two thirds of original 3 joined estate cottages under single mansard roof. Central chimney.
Ashlands E19c TQ016455
A double pile brick house with shallow hipped slate roof and continuous verandah on 3 sides.
Barhatch M17c TQ018456
A 2 bay outside end chimney house with a five light upper window.
Barnett Farm c1600 TQ019442
A 4 bay timber framed house of 2½ storeys with outside back chimney.
- Cattle Shelter E18c TQ019442
A 3 bay single storey open ended building with timber framing on one side.
Nos.1/2 Chapmans Cross Cottages E15c TQ027407
A medieval 2 bay building with added bay & added 3 bay 2 storeyed wing.
Chinthurst Lodge M18c TQ017461
An original single pile farmhouse with a second pile added, now divided into 2 residences.
The Cottage,The Common L16c TQ018454
A 2 bay timber framed cottage with smoke hood with added chimney & additions in 1916.
The Cottage,The Street M15c TQ016452
A 2 storey jettied solar wing of an open hall house alongside a 2 storey parallel jettied range.
The Dower House 1710 TQ018453
A Grade II listed double brick house with symmetrical facade.
Great Tangley Manor L15c TQ019465
A 2 bay medieval hall remodelled in 16c, with Arts & Crafts extensions; now divided into two.
Green Place 14c TQ015453
A Regency house incorporating a Georgian building alongside a timber framed house hiding vestiges of an aisled hall.
- Granary M17c TQ015453
A 2 storey 2 bay timber framed store room adjoining house, now used as granary.
- Stable Block 16c TQ015453
The remains of a Tudor timber framed building adapted as a stable block.
Hamshere Cottage L16c TQ016452
A 2 bay cottage with a framed hearth bay and outshot, later extended.
Hatherley Brake L16c TQ037452
A much disguised timber framed house built with end smoke bay, refurbished by Ralph Nevill.
Little House E16c TQ017452
A 2 bay timber framed building refronted and rendered in 18c.
Little Tangley M18c TQ020460
A red brick Georgian mansion with added second pile and wing.
- Barn complex 19c TQ021461
A range of 3 attached buildings of stone & brick, including a granary, coach house and a probable barn.
The Mill 18c TQ023445
A 5 bay boarded mill with boarded 2 storey extension on one side.
The Mill House c1500 TQ024446
A 4 bay timber framed central smoke bay house with inserted brick hearth and chimney.
The Old House & Throwsters c1600 TQ016452
A timber framed 3 bay house with end chimney and continuous jetty, raised on 0.5 metre cill by Ralph Nevill.
Robins Oak 18c TQ017462
A long single pile brick building with low pitched slate roof, now converted to dwelling.
The Shielings M17c TQ017452
A brick and stone double pile house built round a 2 room timber framed end chimney house.
Stone Cottage & Little Stone Cottage M18c TQ017453
A brick and stone Georgian cottage with added wings, now divided into 2 dwellings.
Tankards c1600 TQ016452
Taw Cottage (Chinthurst Lodge) E19c TQ017462
Timbrells 18c TQ017453
Whipley Manor c1500 TQ033410
- Cart Shed ? TQ033410
- Granary 18c TQ032410
- Hay Barn 17c TQ032410
5 bay boarded barn with half-hipped roof,jowl posts,raking queen struts.
- Silo Barn M16c TQ027407
Late mediaeval barn of 4-5 bays now encased in a later structure. Boarded, hipped, clasped purlin roof with gablet.
- Small Hay Barn 17c TQ027408
3 bay boarded barn with half-hipped tiled roof.
Woodyers 18c TQ018452
Woodyers Farm Cottages E15c TQ018453
- Barn 18c TQ019454
Boarded barn of 3 bays (one truncated) with one aisle & porch. Much re-used timber.

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