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Dairy Cottage East End Farm House, Seale and Sands

Description: Dairy Cottage East End Farm House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 June 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 288172

OS Grid Reference: SU9047646105
OS Grid Coordinates: 490476, 146105
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2070, -0.7062

Location: Seale, Surrey GU10 1JH

Locality: Seale and Sands
Local Authority: Guildford Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU10 1JH

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Listing Text


8/112 East End Farm House and
Dairy Cottage

House. C15, extended to left in circa 1600, further extended in C18. Timber
framed on galleted clunch plinth , brick infill above. Knapped flint infill
below to rear, brick infill above with tile hung gable to rear left. Plain tiled
roofs. Two blocks built into the hillside connected by a range at right angles,
left hand block set back. Two storeys over basement to rear. Tall brick stacks
with corbelled tops to right, similar stack to left hand range. Street Front :
Curved first floor bracing to right hand range. Queen-post gable end to centre.
Irregular fenestration, two leaded casement windows to ground floor right. Two
windows in first floor gable, two below under cambered heads. Three windows
across first floor left hand range, two below. Part glazed door to left of centre
under hipped roof porch. Rear : three framed bays with bracing on first floor,
two diamond-pane, leaded, casement windows to first floor, one to right, five-
light with diamond mullions. Two ground floor windows and one three-light window
in basement. Small attic window in gable to left, two below on first and ground
floors. Stable door to left end in hipped, single storey, porch at right angles.
Pentice roof porch to right end. Connecting wall with arched entrance to right
between the main house and dairy cottage.
Dairy Cottage: Former barn converted in the 1930s. Galleted clunch and sand
stone with brick dressings, plain tiled, half-hipped roof with tile hung ends.
Two storeys, regular front to street. Three, three light, leaded casement
windows in deep reveals with tile cills on each floor. Door to rear left between
brick buttresses in half open, part-glazed, porch.

Listing NGR: SU9047646105

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Source: English Heritage

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