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End House, Hopdene House and Hopedene Court, Abinger

Description: End House, Hopdene House and Hopedene Court

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 290026

OS Grid Reference: TQ1135343916
OS Grid Coordinates: 511353, 143916
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1836, -0.4082

Location: Horsham Road, Abinger, Surrey RH5 6PE

Locality: Abinger
Local Authority: Mole Valley District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: RH5 6PE

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Listing Text

In the entry for:

Holmbury St Mary

6/56 End House, Hopedene House,
Hopedene Court, Dormers and
11/11/66 Hope End (formerly listed as


the address shall be amended to read "End House, Hopedene House and Hopedene Court
(formerly listed as Hopedene)".


Holmbury St Mary
6/56 End House, Hopedene
House, Hopedene Court,
Dormers and Hope End
11/11/66 (Formerly listed as


House, now divided. 1873 by Richard Norman Shaw, for Hensleigh Wedgewood,
extended in 1878-9 and again in 1902 by Percy Ginham, who added the nursery
wing. Red brickwith tile hanging and some timbered frame above, plain tiled
roofs. L-shaped with wing projecting to left and forecourt between two ranges.
Two storeys with attics in gable and under pentice-roofed dormer to left of
centre. Tall ribbed and corbelled stacks with largest star-shaped stack to front
centre, further stacks to left and rear right. Two timber framed gables to
right, that to left with attic casement window. Tile hanging on first floor
cast out over ground floor, with angle bay oriel window to first floor right,
5-leaded lights across front, bow shaped oriel window on first floor of left
gable. Large half- hip end to centre with one 4-light attic casement window
either side of stack. 15-light (3 x 5) leaded first floor fixed window to right
of stack, one 5-light first floor window to left of stack. 3 first floor
windows to left. Two storey wing to left with ridge-cresting and timber framed
gable bay to end. Four first floor casements including angle bay oriel. Two
windows on ground floor wing angle bay window to left at junction with gable.
One mullioned and transomed window on first floor of gable, four light cambered
head window on ground floor in blocked former entrance outlined by stone
moulding. Porch to right under bow oriel with margin lights and leaded transome
lights on brick plinth walls. First entrance to left in half-hipped range with
pointed arched porch recess to ribbed door. Stone-dressed door on left hand
wing. Right hand return front. Dormer to right. Angle bay on corner under hip
roof. Rear: Double gable range to centre with 5-light attic dormer windows,
mullioned and transomed windows on first floor and 7-light ground floor window
to left of centre. Mostly tile hung.

A. Saint: Richard Norma Shaw (1977) p.412
PEVSNER: Buildings of England, Surrey (1971) p.315.

Listing NGR: TQ1135343916

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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