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The Old Mill, Godalming

Description: The Old Mill

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 February 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 291456

OS Grid Reference: SU9667543823
OS Grid Coordinates: 496675, 143823
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1855, -0.6181

Location: 25 The Mint, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1HF

Locality: Godalming
Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU7 1HF

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Listing Text

SU 9643 NE
(south side)
23.2.70 The Old Mill (formerly
listed as Old Cornmill)

Cornmill, now offices. Principally early C19 with early C18 origins, early-mid
C19 addition and later C19 and C20 alterations, converted to offices c.1980.
Galleted Bargate rubblestone; red brick with blue-brick headers in Flemish bond;
red brick in Flemish bond; blotched red/blue brick in English bond; and weather-
board. Plain tile roofs. Built into hillside having 2 storeys to west eleva-
tion, 1 storey to east elevation, and attic over. 8-bays range with single-
storey outbuilding at right (south) end. Doors and windows, all late C20.
Gable end, to road, has C18-type brickwork to ground floor in English bond,
weatherboard above; on left a segmental-arched door and window with board load-
ing door and window above; central cantilevered, weatherboard hoist to upper
floors, now with a C20 window to each of 3 floors; on right, small early C20
weatherboard addition with board door, small-pane window to gable and cusped
bargeboards. West elevation: left bay, of weatherboard on concrete plinth,
projects and has a 2-light window to ground floor, blocked 1-light window to 1st
floor, and large window to each floor of right return. Main range, to right, is
lower and of 2 builds. Left-hand 4-bay section mostly of early C19 red brick,
but with brick in English bond to basement and some rubblestone and older brick-
work to ground floor of left-hand bay. Bay 3, a former loading bay, has double
door to ground and 1st floor under gablet with late C20 glazing; flanking bays
have segmental-arched windows and ends of tie-rods; similar window to 1st floor
of left bay with inserted window below; pyramidal-roofed ridge louvre to bay 3.
Right-hand 3 bays an addition having segment-arched doorway to bay 2 with 2
inserted windows to its left and gablet above (with late C20 glazing); right bay
has weatherboard outshut under catslide roof. Set back further to right is out-
building of weatherboard with plain tile roof to this elevation, rear of brick
with corrugated iron roof. Interior: large-scantling cross-beams.

Listing NGR: SU9667643828

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Source: English Heritage

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