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Description: Former Kitchen Garden Walls to Claremont House
Date Listed: 16 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 286693
OS Grid Reference: TQ1373963631
OS Grid Coordinates: 513739, 163631
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3604, -0.3678
ELMBRIDGE, FORMER MB
Item 5/44 CLAREMONT PARK ROAD
Garden wall to No 4 (The
Item 5/120 CLAREMONT PARK ROAD
Garden wakks to rear of White
Shall be deleted and replaced with:-
TQ 16 SW ELMBRIDGE, FORMER MB
-/5/44 CLAREMONT PARK ROAD
Former kitchen garden walls to
Kitchen garden walls. Circa 1720, probably by Sir John Vanbrugh who built the
original Claremont House. Red brick with some yellow brick copings to tower
pavillions, brick on edge coping to main wall. Rectangular plan extending
approximately 210 metres by 100 metres with 2 parallel walls to the shorter sides.
Plinth to base with buttresses approximately every 4 metres and more substantial tower
pavillions at 10 metre intervals. Approximately 4.5 metres high. Gauged brick arched
entrance to south west corner adjacent to the White Cottage under heavy projecting
keystone. The walls form the rear boundary to nos 2,3,5,6,7 and 8 Claremont Park
Road, and to nos 6,8,10,12,20 and 22 Claremont Drive. Nos 16,18 and 24 and thw
Walled House on Claremont Drive are enclosed within the walls. The later boundaries
between these properties are not of special interest.
TQ 16SW BOROUGH OF ELMBRIDGE CLAREMONT PARK ROAD
5/44 Garden wall to
Wall. C18. Red brick on plinth with brick coping. Circa 15 feet high, extending
25 feet from ends of the house to square corner pavilions. Extending for approximately
100 feet to rear. C20 wall cutting across to left to form L shape plan.
Listing NGR: TQ1373963631
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