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Honeywood Lodge, Sutton

Description: Honeywood Lodge

Grade: II
Date Listed: 1 March 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 206736

OS Grid Reference: TQ2783964501
OS Grid Coordinates: 527839, 164501
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3652, -0.1650

Locality: Sutton
County: Greater London
Country: England
Postcode: SM5 3NX

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Listing Text

Honeywood Lodge
TQ 2764 NE 18/87
TQ 2764 SE 20/87
Later C18 built round the core of an earlier cottage with chalk walling extending
up to roof; extensive late C19 alterations [post circa 1883 when house to south
demolished]. Watercourse runs beneath. 2 storeys and dormers. Rendered, with
tile roof. Central entrance and wide projection to left with bay window of 2
storeys. C19 works include gabled wing to north with oriel; central porch with
carved bargeboards; single-storeyed south wing and higher timber-framed block
behind. Included because of group value in old village centre.
Home of John Burke from 1780s until his death in 1805.

Honeywood Lodge and wall form a group with The Gate House, with road bridge,
Leoni bridge, culvert and retaining walls to Carshalton Ponds, with No l
High Street and entrance gates to The Grove, High Street (North Side), with
Anne Boleyn's Well, St Mary's and Madeley Cottage in Church Hill and with the
following items on the South Side of the High Street: the Greyhound Inn,
Wall to east of the Greyhound, Church of All Saints, north churchyard wall
and No 6 High Street.

Listing NGR: TQ2783964501

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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