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Description: The Old Bakery
The Old Bakery with Barn and Outhouse at South End
Date Listed: 7 September 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 290406
OS Grid Reference: TQ1870057774
OS Grid Coordinates: 518700, 157774
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3067, -0.2985
ASHTEAD CRAMPSHAW LANE
TQ 1857-1957 (east side)
7.9.51 The Old Bakery with barn
and outhouse at south end
Formerly known as The Old Cottage.House with attached outhouse and barn; now
all one dwelling. Probably C18; altered. House probably of brick, now rendered
and painted white, and partly timber-framed; barn weather-boarded and painted
white; with red tile roofs to both. House rectangular on north south axis; barn at
right-angles linked to south-west corner. West front of house 2 storeys and 3
bays, symmetrical, plus the timber-framed extension at the south end; the
principal element has a central doorway, two 12-pane unhorned sashed windows
at ground floor furnished with shutters, 3 similar windows at 1st floor (but the
3rd altered as a top-hung casement), a large external chimney at the left gable
and a small ridge chimney at the junction to the right; the extension at this end
has a doorway at the junction, casements of 3 lights and one light at ground
floor, both with shutters, exposed timber framing at 1st floor consisting of thin
posts and studs with passing braces, with a 12-pane sashed window at the left
end. Rear and interior not inspected. At the right-hand end is a short one-storey
link to the east end of the former barn, the north side of which has a doorway
in the centre flanked by former garage doorways now furnished with sliding
windows; the west end has a sliding garage door.
Listing NGR: TQ1870057774
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Source: English Heritage
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