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Jayes Park, Ockley

Description: Jayes Park

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 March 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 290328

OS Grid Reference: TQ1433140861
OS Grid Coordinates: 514331, 140861
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1556, -0.3665

Location: Ockley, Surrey RH5 5RR

Locality: Ockley
Local Authority: Mole Valley District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: RH5 5RR

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Listing Text

7/211 Jayes Park

Country house. C17 to rear with C18 extensions to right, C19 to east and front
range (south east) of 1913 in Early C19 style. White brick on front range, red
brick with grey headers on rear. Tiled roofs to rear, slate roofs to front.
Entrance front: Two storeys with stone string-courses over ground and first
floors, three stage tower to left with stone parapet and stack to rear. Further
stacks to right end and rear. Tower with roundel windows on lower stage, further
roundels to upper stage over glazing-bar sash windows in central stage. Six
glazing-bar sash windows, glazing bars intact,with continuous wooden ornamental
cornices and 'Venetian' shutters to first floor; taller windows below. Pedi-
mented one window break to left of centre with stone Ionic portico on paired
columns, across the ground floor. Glazed doors behind. Dated on the west-south-
west wall 1913 with the initials H.C.L.S and A.L.S. Rear - parallel ranges with
courtyard between. Irregular square-pane, leaded casement fenestration, two
windows on each floor of each wing. Taller additions with C19 range to east with
curved front under balustrade and three windows. The principal house of Ockley
Parish and built, and still owned, by the Lea-steere family.


Listing NGR: TQ1433140861

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Source: English Heritage

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