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Rear Garden Walls to Brandries Cottage and Former Kitchen Garden Walls and Gate to Camden House, Sutton

Description: Rear Garden Walls to Brandries Cottage and Former Kitchen Garden Walls and Gate to Camden House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 1 March 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 206718

OS Grid Reference: TQ2995465062
OS Grid Coordinates: 529954, 165062
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3698, -0.1345

Location: The Brandries, Sutton, Greater London SM6 7NN

Locality: Sutton
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: SM6 7NN

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Listing Text

Rear Garden Walls to
Brandries Cottage and
former Kitchen Garden
Walls and Gate to
Camden House
TQ 2965 SE 13/63
TQ 3065 14/63
C18. Brandries Hill House Sale Catalogue of 1884 refers to a "capital kitchen
garden entirely walled in" which is shown on the accompanying plan to the south
of Brandries Hill House [now Camden House]. South, west and half of north wall
remain together with continuance of west wall northwards as far as former stable
yard. Kitchen garden wall of red brick with tile course and brick capping; 20
ft high in places. North wall descends to a pair of gate piers and gate by No
1 The Brandries; rendered piers with capping and ball finial; C18 wrought iron
gate of 10 uprights, single lock rail, scroll wrought iron overthrow and standards.
South wall to former garden extends east almost as far as the embankment above
Hilliers Lane. North continuation of west garden wall is lower and also of red
brick; it encloses a paddock to rear of Brandries Cottage and continues north
as far as the boundary with the former stable yard to Brandries Hill House [see
Camden House under The Brandries, Beddington].

Listing NGR: TQ2995465062

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Source: English Heritage

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