Description: Headley Grove
Date Listed: 11 November 1966
English Heritage Building ID: 290237
OS Grid Reference: TQ2089153214
OS Grid Coordinates: 520891, 153214
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2653, -0.2686
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HEADLEY C.P. HEADLEY COMMON
4/123 Headley Grove
House. Early C19. Whitewashed roughcast cladding to front, stuccoed cornice over
each floor and low pitched, hipped slate roofs. Two storeys with bracketed eaves,
angle bays rising through both floors on ends. Tall stacks with cornices on
brackets to rear and right side. Bracketed eaves to parapet. Plate glass sash
windows in angle bays, casement doors to ground floor of angle bays with 3-windowed
range between. Three tripartite sashes across the first floor, the centre one
smaller. Two large tripartite plate glass sashes to ground floor with casement
doors forming centre light. Central, wide, Doric pedimented portico on two columns
and two half-columns. Tripartite entry with glazed double doors in flanking lights.
Rear elevation:- former main front - Panelled parapet. Central bay projects
slightly with small pediment over in parapet. Along whole of ground floor, except
end window bays,is projecting colonnade of 8 Doric columns. Central 4 columns
project slightly with shallow pediment over containing solid porch and doorway
with rectangular fanlight and double doors of 4 moulded and fielded panels. At
each end of terrace in front of the house is statue of a lion.
PEVSNER: BUILDINGS OF ENGLAND, SURREY (1971) p. 312.
Listing NGR: TQ2089153214
Source: English Heritage
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