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Description: The Tyrrells
Date Listed: 2 April 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 290458
OS Grid Reference: TQ1345854610
OS Grid Coordinates: 513458, 154610
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2793, -0.3747
GREAT BOOKHAM CHURCH ROAD
TQ 1354 NW (west side)
2.4.70 No.3 (The Tyrrells)
House, now surgery and flat. Later C17, extended to rear in mid C18, altered
c.1800, wing added c.1840; altered c.1888. Hand-made orange brick in Flemish
bond, sides rendered, some slate hanging at rear, red tiled roof. Rectangular
double-depth plan formed by C18 addition to rear of single-depth range, under 2-
span roof, plus service wing added at right-hand end. Two-and-a-half storeys and
3 bays, formerly symmetrical, with parapeted centre breaking forwards; rendered
"quoining" at the corners; late C19 porch with hipped roof, glazed door with
overlight; a wide sashed window to the left with margin panes, a late C19
canted bay window to the right, and three 12-pane unhorned sashes at 1st floor,
all these sashed windows with gauged brick heads; 3 small gabled dormers in the
roof, all with 2-light casements. The rear has a ground floor loggia of chamfered
timber posts supporting a slate-hung upper floor which has three 9-pane sashed
windows and a casement to the left; a weatherboarded hip-roofed dormer to the
left, and a smaller gabled dormer to the right, both with 2-light casements.
Interior: altered, but the former parlour in the 1st bay of the front range has a
Listing NGR: TQ1683256495
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Source: English Heritage
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