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Littleholme, Guildford

Description: Littleholme

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 January 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 289115

OS Grid Reference: SU9908248736
OS Grid Coordinates: 499082, 148736
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2292, -0.5823

Location: Upper Guildown Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 4EZ

Locality: Guildford
Local Authority: Guildford Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU2 4EZ

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Listing Text

(South-East Side)
3/246 Nos 1, 2 and 3
13/1/72 (Littleholme)
House, now three dwellings. 1907 by C. A. Voysey for the builder and interior
decorator G. Muntzer. Whitewashed roughcast with Bath stone dressings; hipped
plain-tiled roofs with flat roof to left end. Two storeys, set into hillside
with attic storey in large gable to right of centre. Stone-coped and rendered
stacks including one cross-ridge stack to right, right of centre, at the junction
with main gable, and to rear left of centre. Tile-on-edge drip courses over
ground floor left and to first floor of gable. Gable projects with one 4-light
leaded, stone-dressed window on the first floor under a tile-on-edge lintel and
one 5-light window on the ground floor. Asymmetrical gable adjacent to larger
projecting end gable with tile hung dormer between the two. Oblong attic window;
9-light mullioned and transomed window on the first floor and small square window
below. Further ground floor window to right. Left hand range set back from gable
with 2 windows on the first floor (1950's) and four windows below. Part-glazed
door to left (No. 3), panelled door to left of main gable in corn-husk decorated
surround with fluted pilaster piers, (No. 2) and flat hood on brackets above. Old
main door to ground floor right of centre in the main gable. Round-arched head
with large glazed roundel to upper part of door; original door furnishings survive
(No. 1). Rear:- Hip-roofed projecting square bay with glazed-in sleeping balcony
on the first floor to right of centre. Three hipped-roof dormers to right with
roof finials. Three large first floor windows and flat-roofed wooden arbour to
the ground floor.

Listing NGR: SU9908848740

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Source: English Heritage

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