Description: Stoke Mill
Date Listed: 15 March 1988
Date Delisted: 24 March 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 289130
OS Grid Reference: SU9984351042
OS Grid Coordinates: 499843, 151042
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2498, -0.5708
SU 95SE GUILDFORD WOKING ROAD
(East Side, off Stoke)
1/259 Stoke Mill
Former Corn Mill, now store. 1879 by H. Moon of Godalming for Walter Paget. Red-
brown brick with polychrome brick dressings and slate roof. Five-storey rectangular
building of 3 by 6 bays, with three ridge vents on roof. Gable end to street:- two
cambered-head casement windows in gable under yellow brick heads flank central
glazed narrow hoist entrance with further window above. Either side of lower half
of hoist entrance are round yellow brick arches on giant pier buttresses, one on
each angle and one either side of centre. One cambered head casement window under
each arch and two windows on each of four floors below in same positions with
linking sill string course. Central narrower bay has door on each floor. Right
and left hand return fronts:- Six bays articulated by giant pier buttresses under
moulded caps at third floor level; ground floor projects under sill string to become
flush with buttresses recessed panels above. 6 stilted-arch windows under round-
arches on fourth floor under the eaves, six cambered-head windows on each floor below
with sill bands linking. Rear gable end:- Projecting wooden gabled hoist to apex of
main gable flanked by casements on either side. Cambered head casement windows in
outer bays on each floor, narrow wooden and glazed doors on each floor in centre.
Single storey turbine shed attached to left hand return front with remains of wheel
and some machinery.
Interior:- Cast iron column supports to each floor.
An impressive mill on the outskirts of Guildford.
PEVSNER: BUILDINGS OF ENGLAND, SURREY (1971) p.287.
Listing NGR: SU9984351042
Source: English Heritage
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