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14, Castle Gardens (See Details for Further Address Information), Brockham

Description: 14, Castle Gardens (See Details for Further Address Information)

Grade: II
Date Listed: 28 November 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 289870

OS Grid Reference: TQ1898050300
OS Grid Coordinates: 518980, 150300
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2395, -0.2970

Location: Castle Gardens, Brockham, Surrey RH4 1NY

Locality: Brockham
Local Authority: Mole Valley District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: RH4 1NY

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Listing Text

Nos 8 to 12 (consec)
No 14
TQ 15 SE 8/96 28.11.51.
Formerly the stables to Betchworth Castle. Built in 1798-9 to a design by
John Soane. Since converted into cottages. The stables were built round
3 sides of a quadrangle. Faced with flints. Slate roof. 1 storey only,
except the centre of the north side which has a projection in the centre
of 1 window bay and 2 storeys flanked by pilasters with a round-headed arch
over the 1st floor window, eaves bracket cornice, hipped roof. Verandah
added to the ground floor with slate roof over [a drawing by Soane shows
Doric columns standing within the space of the central entrance way and
supporting a cornice across the lintel]. The portions flanking this have
4 window bays, each flanked by pilasters and containing round-headed windows,
one of which in each case has been converted into a door. Eaves cornice over.
The east and west wings of the quadrangle are similar buildings of 6 window
bays with the southernmost window bay projecting. 2 windows are blocked on
the west side and one converted into a door. One is blocked and 2 converted
into doors on the east side. The south ends of these wings have 4 pilasters
and one round-headed window each. Adjoining the east wing is a small early
C19 house of similar height (No 14). 2 storeys, 2 windows. Double hipped
slate roof with central stack. Sash windows with glazing bars above. Below,
casement windows in reveals with slightly segmental arches. All windows with
shutters. Photographs in NMR.

Listing NGR: TQ1898050300

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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