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60 and 62, Agates Lane, Ashtead

Description: 60 and 62, Agates Lane

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 November 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 290385

OS Grid Reference: TQ1782957697
OS Grid Coordinates: 517829, 157697
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3062, -0.3110

Location: Agates Lane, Leatherhead, Surrey KT21 2ND

Locality: Ashtead
Local Authority: Mole Valley District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: KT21 2ND

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Listing Text

TQ/15/NE (west side)
Nos. 60 and 62

23.11.73 II

Farmhouse, now 2 dwellings. Probably C16; altered and enlarged. White-painted
render over brick cladding to internal timber frame; red tiled roof, brick
chimneys. L-plan formed by 3-unit hall range on north-south axis with wing
projecting in front of 3rd unit; rear extension added to left end. Two low storeys
with two 1st floor windows in the main range; in the angle is a lean-to porch
attached to the re-entrant of the wing (No.62), with a modern door to the
front; to the left, the main range has three 2-light casements at ground floor
(the outer two segmental-headed) and 2 similar windows at 1st floor, and a
single-storey addition at the left end incorporating the doorway to No.60. The
wing, which is slightly lower, has one 2-fight casement on each floor of the
gable wall. The roof of the main range is half-hipped at the left end; there is a
corner chimney in front of this, and a large multiple-flue corniced chimney stack
in front of the ridge at the junction with the wing. Rear: some timber framing
exposed in centre; rear extension not of special interest. Interior: main range has
wide fireplace with stop-chamfered bressummer; axial beam with some original
stop-chamfered joists on west side; at 1st floor, the tops of jowelled wallposts
with arch-bracing to the tie-beams, and a close-studded partition in the central
frame; roof structure not seen, but said to be similar to The White Hall, Cheam.
History: formerly used as dame schooL

Listing NGR: TQ1782457699

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Source: English Heritage

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