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The Granary with Attached Chimney Stack, Great Bookham

Description: The Granary with Attached Chimney Stack

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 290454

OS Grid Reference: TQ1323554951
OS Grid Coordinates: 513235, 154951
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2825, -0.3778

Location: 65 Church Road, Dorking, Surrey KT23 3JP

Locality: Great Bookham
Local Authority: Mole Valley District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: KT23 3JP

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Listing Text

TQ 1354 NW (east side)
The Granary with attached chimney stack


Steam-powered corn mill, now flats, with attached chimney. Probably c.1830;
altered. White-painted brick, slate roof. Rectangular plan with wide lean-to at
each end, and chimney stack to the rear of that on the left. Three-and-a-half
storeys and 3 bays; 3 tall segmental-headed windows on each floor (now
casements with horizontal glazing bars), and in the left gable a wide square-
headed attic window; the lean-to at each end covers 2 storeys; that to the left,
formerly the engine house, is now a garage with inserted garage doors and a
domestic door; that to the right, formerly the office, has a segmental-headed
doorway and 2 segmental-headed windows. Interior altered, but retains large oak
ceiling beams. The chimney stack attached to the left rear corner of the former
engine house, is square in section, slightly tapered, with a cornice and a moulded
band below this. The item forms a group with the associated Mill House approx.
10 metres to the north (q.v).

Listing NGR: TQ1323554951

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Source: English Heritage

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