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Tyrrells Wood, Leatherhead

Description: Tyrrells Wood

Grade: II
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 290568

OS Grid Reference: TQ1888355407
OS Grid Coordinates: 518883, 155407
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2854, -0.2967

Location: The Dr, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8QP

Locality: Leatherhead
Local Authority: Mole Valley District Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: KT22 8QP

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Listing Text

Tyrrells Wood


Large house, now golf club. Dated 1889 at east end; built by Roger Cunliffe,
landowner and banker. Red brick with red tiled roof. Double-depth plan with
service wing attached at north-east corner. Queen Anne style. Two-and-a-half
storeys; principal entrance on east side, which is architecturally the rear, and
has inter alia a tall Dutch-gabled projection in the centre with a large stair-
window, and projecting to the right of this, and overlapping it slightly, a high
porch with rusticated corners, plain pilasters with fluted consoles supporting an
open pediment, and a round-headed doorway; at the left end of this side is a
smaller porch in similar style; at 1st floor to the left of the stair-projection is
an oriel with a segmental-headed transomed 8-light window and a segmental
pediment at eaves level; otherwise, most of the windows on this side are narrow
segmental-headed casements. Dentilled cornice, hipped roof with several small
attic dormers, and at the right-hand end another Dutch gable. Various tall
chimneys. (Single-storey addition at this end, not of special interest.) The west
front, to the garden, is symmetrical, with a 3-bay centre between large canted
2-storey bays; the centre has a wide segmental-headed doorway (now with
modern glazed doors), an oriel above this, with transomed glazing and dentilled
cornice, and 2 narrow sashed windows on each floor; the canted bays have large
sashed windows, and above each is a Dutch gable with coupled sashes; all these
windows are segmental-headed with keystones, and glazing bars only in the upper
leaves; dentilled cornice; 3 dormers over the centre. Interior not of special

Listing NGR: TQ1887055420

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Source: English Heritage

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