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Percy Place Regency Cottage, Guildford

Description: Percy Place Regency Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 January 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 288903

OS Grid Reference: TQ0032049715
OS Grid Coordinates: 500320, 149715
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2378, -0.5643

Location: 47 Epsom Road, Guildford GU1 3LA

Locality: Guildford
Local Authority: Guildford Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU1 3LA

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Listing Text

(North Side)

6/41 Nos 27, 29 (Regency
13/1/72 Cottage) and Nos 31
and 53(Percy Place)

Villa group. Early C19, altered in C20. Whitewashed stucco cladding on front and
left hand return fronts, roughcast cladding on right hand return front with low-
pitched, hipped slate roofs. Square plan of four houses around a central court-
yard, each house of L-shaped plan, Nos 27 and 31 to the front, 29 and 33 to the
rear, with entrances on the return fronts. Each cottage two storeys with yellow
brick stacks on the pitch of the roof facing the courtyard, larger stacks to centre
of return fronts at junction of front and rear cottages. Street front:- 1 bay ends
of cottages flank lower screen wall with 4-centred arched panel and ogee-headed door
to courtyard. Each cottage has deep eaves and one 2-light casement window, under
ogee head with intersecting tracery, on each floor; first floor windows to right with
shutters, ground floor window to left under scallop-edged canopy. Small bays set
back in angles with screen wall, each have further hexagonal windows and that to left
has pentice on ground floor. Right hand return front:- Projecting square ends with
recessed centre range. Two blocked windows to left and right on each floor, four
glazing-bar sash windows across the centre on each floor, two to each cottage.
Panelled door to left in re-entrant angle (No 31) with half-glazed, flat-roofed
trellis work porch in front. Similar door to right (No 33) in flat-roofed porch with
arched entrance. Left hand return front:- Similar blocked windows in projecting
square bays and four glazing-bar sashes across the centre. Doors in re-entrant
angles to left (No 29) and right (No 27). Rear:- ogee-headed casement fenestration.
Interior:- some C19 fireplace surrounds survive.

Listing NGR: TQ0032049715

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Source: English Heritage

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