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Description: Pellin Cottage
Date Listed: 1 May 1953
English Heritage Building ID: 289110
OS Grid Reference: SU9992749451
OS Grid Coordinates: 499927, 149451
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2355, -0.5700
GUILDFORD TRINITY CHURCHYARD
SU 99 49SE
8/242 Nos 12, 13 (Willow
1/5/53 Cottage) and 14
Hall house, now divided in three and extended. C15 with C17 and C19 extensions on
ends and rear. Timber framed of large scantling, exposed with brick infill on
left hand projecting range, clad in whitewashed render on remainder over brick
ground floor. Plain tiled roofs, half hipped on projecting wing to left. Two
storeys with massive multiple stack to right at junction with adjoining property,
further ridge stack to left. One gabled leaded half-dormer to left over ground
floor window, projecting wing adjacent jettied on the first floor with crown post
roof and C20 casement on the first floor. Leaded casement window on the ground
floor. Two C2O casement windows in tile-hung flat-roofed dormer, one sash and one
tripartite sash window on ground floor below. Half-glazed door to left (No. 12)
and two doors in ground floor of projecting wing (Nos. 13-14).
Interior:- Considerable amounts of substantial frame exposed. Crown-post roof
trusses and ogee-arched doorway to cross-passage in ground floor room. An
important early house, one of a picturesque group around the Church of Holy Trinity.
Listing NGR: SU9992249449
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Source: English Heritage
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