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Hurlands Hurlands Cottage Little Hurlands, Puttenham

Description: Hurlands Hurlands Cottage Little Hurlands

Grade: II
Date Listed: 8 March 1963
English Heritage Building ID: 288139

OS Grid Reference: SU9408847278
OS Grid Coordinates: 494088, 147278
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2170, -0.6542

Location: Puttenham Heath Road, Puttenham, Surrey GU3 1AP

Locality: Puttenham
Local Authority: Guildford Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU3 1AP

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Listing Text


8/78 Hurlands, Hurlands
8.3.63 Cottage and Little


County House, now divided. 1896 by Phillip Webb, extended to right in C20.
Whitewashed brick to left, red brick with some roughcast on first floor to
centre and right of centre, brick extensions to right end. Plain tiled
roofs of varying heights both hipped and gabled. 2 storeys with attics in
gables to centre, one storey to left, one storey and attic in extension to
right. Large multiple stacks to front and rear of centre and to right with
dentilled and corbelled tops. Rambling plan with long entrance facade.
Three leaded, mullioned and transomed windows to left, on ground floor.
Irregular fenestration to centre and right, mainly leaded casements with
those on first floor placed directly under the eaves. Cambered heads to
ground floor windows, large window to ground floor right of centre under
stilted arched head. 2 gabled bays set back and flanking projecting
shaped gable entrance porch with angle piers and brick dentilled panel.
Segmental head casement on first floor with apron below. Double board
doors under two step, cambered head, surround below. Further doors to ends.

Garden front: symmetrical, 3 bays, centre recessed behind balcony on first
floor with braced, arched, wooden screen and verandah. Ground floor behind
triple arched loggia on octagonal brick piers. Glazing bar sash windows,
2 in each bay either side of centre, those on ground floor under arched
brick heads. 3 flat roofed dormers in roof. This house is believed to be
the last work of Phillip Webb.


Listing NGR: SU9408847278

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Source: English Heritage

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