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Date Listed: 18 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 143062
OS Grid Reference: SU7421136862
OS Grid Coordinates: 474211, 136862
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1262, -0.9409
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WORLDHAM WEST WORLDHAM
SU 73 NW
House. C16, C17, c1900, with C20 restoration and extensions. Timber framed,
walls mostly of red brickwork in English bond, showing a filled upper window
with a chamfered brick surround, with some lower parts of malmstone ashlar
with brick quoins, high brick plinth band. Tiled roof hipped at the south
end, with a stepped stack at the north end, and a shafted central stack.
Late-medieval timber-framed hall of 3 bays with a smoke bay, extended in the
C17 by another bay at the north end; front (east) of 2 storeys, 4 windows.
Victorian coupled sashes, the upper windows rising above the eaves, with
moulded cornices: French door (1905) at the north side. Plain doorway, with
6 panelled (a top glazed) door, and a canopy on posts. Above the door is a
stone plaque inscribed 1652. The rear elevation shows a catslide, but most of
the wall has been raised to form upper rooms beneath two half-hipped gables.
Inside, part of the original frame is exposed, as well as the C17 fireplace
stack, inserted into the smoke bay. The north room has 2 C18 arched cupboards
Listing NGR: SU7421136862
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Source: English Heritage
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