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Description: Cranley Cottages
Date Listed: 25 November 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 288799
OS Grid Reference: TQ0452552132
OS Grid Coordinates: 504525, 152132
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2588, -0.5034
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TQ 05SW WEST CLANDON C.P. THE STREET
4/218 Cranley Cottages and
Lodge and Cottages. 1884 by George and Peto in half-timbered style. Red brick
ground floor, tile hung above to right, some in pattern bands, timber frame above
to centre and left with decorative circular and semi-circular framing to left;
close stud to centre. Plain tiled roofs. Two central gables, left hand are
projecting further forward, with flat head carriage entrance to left, cottages to
right. Two storeys with corbelled end stacks to left and left of centre, further
stacks between gables, large ridge stack to right of centre and end ridge stack to
right. One 3-light dormer to left, centre-light arched with steep pediment/gable
over; above arched through-way are 4 pairs of braces with stone corbels. 3-light
ground floor casement to left. Gables to centre double jettied at first floor and
to base of gable. Angle bay oriel on brace to first floor of left hand gable;
gable above with decorative frames. Square bay window to centre of ground floor;
similar to right hand gable. First floor window with arched centre-light - "swans
house type". Two first floor casements to right, 3 on ground floor under cambered
head. Part glazed door to right (No. 4) under big pentice hood on brackets. Door
to right of gables under similar hood on one support (No. 3). Further doors either
side of carriage way under flat roof porches on brick walls and turned, tapering
pillars to left; under jettied first to right with two tapering pillars to left.
Listing NGR: TQ0452552132
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Source: English Heritage
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