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Description: Hartley Mauditt House
Date Listed: 18 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 143058
OS Grid Reference: SU7424036540
OS Grid Coordinates: 474240, 136540
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1233, -0.9406
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WORLDHAM HARTLEY MAUDITT
SU 73 NW
1/1 Hartley Mauditt House.
House, former rectory. Plain rendered walls (on stone) with a plinth, and
panels between the upper and lower openings, stone cills. A late-Regency
square building with a narrow wing, and regular facades of 2 storeys. The
west elevation is symmetrical, of 3 windows; hipped slate roof with a wide
eaves moulding. Sashes in reveals: central half-glazed door beneath a fan-
light with curving bars. The north (entrance) elevation has 2 windows, similar
features, and a porch of coupled columns in front of a pilaster, and a wide
opening having glazed sides to a wide 6 panelled door, beneath a segmental
fanlight containing intermingled circular bars: the Order has non-standard
mouldings with a 'triglyph' panel above each column, Roman Doric columns with
Greek Doric flutes. The south elevation is symmetrical, of 3 windows, but is
tile-hung, and has a wide arched frame with a keystone enclosing an arched
entrance with a French door and fanlight; to the east is the long service
wing, of painted brickwork, with sash windows and a C20 flat-roofed wide
porch. The elevations in the angle show an entrance into the wing, a tall
staircase window in the main block, the whole being within a yard enclosed by a
high wall; the main block has stone walling with brick dressings (covered
elsewhere). Interior: a plain staircase, panelled doors in architraves
(with non-standard mouldings) and a large room divided by 2 columns and 2 x
1/2 columns in a rich Doric Order, with an original marble fireplace.
Listing NGR: SU7424036540
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Source: English Heritage
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