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Description: Well House Approximately 50 Metres South of Bocketts Farmhouse, with Attached Farmyard Walls
Date Listed: 6 October 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 290573
OS Grid Reference: TQ1565554988
OS Grid Coordinates: 515655, 154988
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2823, -0.3431
LEATHERHEAD YOUNG STREET
TQ/15/SE (south side, off)
6.10.89 Well-house approx. 50 metres south
of Bocketts Farmhouse, with
attached farmyard walls
Well-house and attached farmyard walls. c.1800. The well-house, which is of red
brick with a red tile roof, is a square single cell with a low doorway at the
north corner of the east side, an unglazed horizontal rectangular window in the
centre of the south side, and a steeply-pitched pyramidal roof with a gableted
apex. Interior: well in centre protected by circular brick wall, with wooden cover
(damaged). Attached to the rear is the brick wall of the south side of the
farmyard, which continues round the west and north sides also. The well-house is
an attractive feature beside the entrance track round the south side of this site,
and a valuable element of an unusually complete group of farm buildings.
Listing NGR: TQ1565554988
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Source: English Heritage
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