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Description: Lyne House
Date Listed: 8 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 290306
OS Grid Reference: TQ1899638437
OS Grid Coordinates: 518996, 138437
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1329, -0.3007
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NEWDIGATE C.P. RUSPER ROAD
See Also Capel C.P.
Country House, now divided. Dated 1865, possibly around older core, and built
for the Broadwood Family. Red-brown brick with stone dressings and frontispiece,
cement tiled roofs. Three storeys with attics on main fronts, taller tower to
corner and lower, two storey, service ranges to rear. Paired and multiple stacks
with octagonal shafts and corbelled tops; one pair either side of entrance gable
on main front. String courses over ground and first floors and to sills of first
floor windows. Entrance:- Square tower to left corner with pierced decorative
parapet above, spiked urn finials to angle newels and arched armorial panel to
centre of front. Two lancet sashes to top stage, one 6-light, mullioned and
transomed, stone-dressed window on each floor below, "cross" window on ground
floor. Range to right of tower symmetrical with gabled dormers over dentilled
eaves, on stone corbels, over two second floor mullioned windows and square bays
rising through two floors, to either side of central, gabled entrance break.
Flanking square bays have decorative parapets with central armorial cartouches
and one 6-light, mullioned and transomed window on each floor below. Finial to
gable apex on entrance break, stepped window to second floor. Two single
windows on first floor under label mouldings and stone frontispiece across
ground floor. Paired Doric half-columns support entablature and decorated
parapet above with central crest. Panelled, round arched, double doors in keystoned surround on pilaster piers. Right hand return front:- Principal features include massive angle bay on projecting gable to left with stepped
attic window, and oriel window to first floor right. Service buildings on left and rear.
Interior:- Double height entrance hall with arched Serlian arcade. Panelled
ceiling and stair to one end with round arched arcaded balustrade on spiral-
fluted, tapering balusters. Some fireplace surrounds and simple panelled ceilings survive.
Undergoing conversion at time of re-survey. The house lies across the Newdigate/
Listing NGR: TQ1899638437
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Source: English Heritage
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