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Orchard Cottage, Wisley

Description: Orchard Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 November 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 288850

OS Grid Reference: TQ0645159064
OS Grid Coordinates: 506451, 159064
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3207, -0.4738

Location: Wisley Lane, Wisley, Surrey GU23 6QD

Locality: Wisley
Local Authority: Guildford Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU23 6QD

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Listing Text


2/268 Orchard Cottage


House. 1860 in Foxwarren style possibly built by Charles Buxton or Frederick Barnes.
Red and blue diaper pattern brickwork with terracotta mouldings and steep pitched,
plain-tiled roofs. T-shaped plan. Two storeys with gable lit attics and massive
corbelled stack to centre with tile-on-edge "broaches" to shafts, further stack to
right. Two gabled bays to centre, left one projecting with band of diagonal brick-
work over ground floor. Arched lights to casement fenestration in terracotta
moulded surrounds. One pointed window under hood mould in each gable apex, one 3-
light window on first floor below. One 3-light ground floor casement under label
moulding to each gable with pointed arched Y tracery window to ground floor left of
left gable and pointed arched door to ground floor right of right gable. Further
gabled bay to right end, lower with one 2-light and one pointed window on the ground
floor. One window range set back to left end with diagonal brick eaves and 3-light
casement under label mouldings.

Listing NGR: TQ0645159064

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Source: English Heritage

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