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Description: Upwood Gorse
Date Listed: 26 April 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 287695
OS Grid Reference: TQ3414654188
OS Grid Coordinates: 534146, 154188
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2711, -0.0784
TQ 35SW CATERHAM & WARLINGHAM TUPWOOD LANE,
FORMER URBAN DISTRICT CATERHAM
5/40 Upwood Gorse
House, now divided. Built in 3 stages from 1873 for Queen Victoria's dentist.
Red brick, tile hung above; plain tiled roofs, hipped over main block with 2
large ridge stacks to centre and stacks to rear. L shaped with entrance court in
re-entrant angle. 2 storey entrance block set back to left end, further
projecting block to right 2 storeys and attic under large hipped roof dormer,
single storey wing projecting from right end. 3 sash windows across first floor
left, a further 3 windows to right with circular window to right end. Main
entrance at junction of two blocks, left of centre. Arched recessed porch with
stone impost blocks, panelled and arched double doors behind with upper parts
glazed. Large flat dentilled porch hood with vaulted underside on tapering
octagonal columns with square pedestals. Further door to left and at left end of
right hand wing. Right hand return front: Dentilled bargeboards, deep coved
eaves and chamfered corner to left, with cut brick decoration.
Listing NGR: TQ3339355901
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Source: English Heritage
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