Description: St Martins Church Hall and Cottage to North
Date Listed: 25 November 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 288642
OS Grid Reference: TQ0944652888
OS Grid Coordinates: 509446, 152888
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2647, -0.4327
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TQ O5SE EAST HORSLEY C.P. OCKHAM ROAD SOUTH
5/62 St Martin's Church
Hall and Cottage to
Former school, now hall with cottage attached. Dated 1860 and built by the Lovelace
Estate. Flint rubble with brick dressings and slate roofs. Rectangular hall range
parallel to the street with a pentice extension to the left end and a projecting gabled
wing to the right.
Hall: Rectangular, 2 storeys. Dentilled and quatrefoil band ground floor with brick
dentilled eaves. Casement fenestration of one 2-light, round arched, metal framed
window to left and one 3-light window to centre with glazed brick ovals and lozenges
between the windows in chamfered, dentilled and roll moulded, glazed brick surrounds.
One large 4-light, arched window in roll moulded surround to left hand gable end of
the hall, over pentice roof ground floor extension. Double studded door to centre in
round arched surround. Wing at right angles to right: gable end to street with ridge
lantern and gable end stack; large offset stack at junction of roofs. 2 cambered head
cross windows to gable end and are similar windows on right hand return front. Pentice
extension to left hand return front with lancet fenestration, obscured by single storey
porch extension to left of gable end containing diagonally boarded door in round arched
surround under half-open porch.
Cottage wing set back to right with end stack. 3 light "cross" windows and studded
arched door in glazed brick surround and porch recess.
Listing NGR: TQ0944652888
Source: English Heritage
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