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Homewood Farm House, Ripley

Description: Homewood Farm House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 June 1967
English Heritage Building ID: 288739

OS Grid Reference: TQ0449956768
OS Grid Coordinates: 504499, 156768
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3005, -0.5024

Locality: Ripley
Local Authority: Guildford Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU23 6DN

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Listing Text


1/158 Homewood Farm House


House. C16 with C17 extensions. Timber framed, under-built in brown brick to front
with tiled pentice course over, brick cladding above. Brick and render infill to
return fronts, tile hung gable to right and flint infill to exposed frame of rear
wing. Plain tiled roofs, hipped on street front. L shaped plan with wing to north.
Two storeys. Massive corbelled ridge stack to left of centre on street front,
further stacks to left hand return front (west) and to the rear.
Street front: (South): Two first floor, C20 casement windows, two windows below
under cambered heads. C20 casement door to left of centre in hip roofed porch on
wooden supports.
Right hand return front: (East): Projecting gable end to left, large gabled bay to
right with frame exposed. Irregular casement fenestration of one attic casement to
left of centre and 2 casements on each of the floors below. Door to centre of
ground floor. Gabled stair vice to re-entrant angle on left. Single storey brick
extension projecting to front right with weatherboarded range across the end.

Listing NGR: TQ0449956768

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Source: English Heritage

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