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The Waggoners, Godalming

Description: The Waggoners

Grade: II
Date Listed: 23 February 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 291473

OS Grid Reference: SU9664743661
OS Grid Coordinates: 496647, 143661
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1840, -0.6186

Location: Ockford Road, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1QY

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

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Listing Text

SU 9643 NE
(north west side)
12/189 Nos 10, 12 and 14-18
(The Waggoners) (formerly
23.2.70 listed as Nos 10,12,14 and 16)
- II

House, formerly an alehouse and stocking factory, now 3 dwellings. C17 with C18
additions and later alterations. Timber frame with painted brick infill, some
tile-hanging and rubblestone; plain tile roofs. 2 storeys. 3-bay main range
with cross-wing at each end, that on left projecting at rear and at front masked
by C18 range added in line with main range; that on right projecting and very
wide; a further wing to rear right. Main range: square-panelled timber frame
with one straight brace (from mid-rail to right-hand wall-post), the ground
floor under-built in brick. Continuous leaded-light casement window to ground
floor with ogee-moulded wood mullions to central section; on first floor similar
windows with ogee-moulded mullions of 7 and 5 lights with a formerly-longer
2-light window to left. Stacks to rear of ridge. C18 addition on left: rubble-
stone plinth, small-scantling timber-frame with long straight braces from wall
posts to sole plate; one leaded-light window to first floor, on right, with a
C20 iron sign of a white elephant hung to its right; right return has nail-
studded board door on right (to No 14-18), and tile-hung first floor with leaded
casement. Right-hand cross-wing: rubblestone base; square-panelled, straight-
braced, timber framing above; decorative bands to Cl9 tile-hung gable; ridge
stack; left (inner) return has doorway (to No 12) on left under pent-roofed
canopy with a 16-pane sash to right and windows of 1 and 2 leaded lights above.
Right return: of rubblestone; door (to No 10) on right with small-pane window to
its left, and to right a door of 4 flush panels with a 16-pane sash to its
right; first floor of decoratively-banded tile-hanging with two 2-light leaded
casements; lower C19 addition to right. Rear: main range has exposed timber
framing with one large, curved, brace; wing on right is of rubblestone and brick
to ground floor, tile-hung above; wing on left has rubble plinth, ground floor
of C17 brick, timber-framed first floor with straight braces and some tile-
hanging. Interior: timbers visible in main range, including original partition
wall between left-hand and central rooms, that between right-hand bays removed;
central room has stop-chamfered spine-beam, square-sectioned joists, and rear-
wall lateral fireplace with another fireplace above this with chamfered timber
lintel; queen-post roof trusses; straight wind-braces in rear right wing.
Domestic Buildings Research Group, Report No 2203.

Listing NGR: SU9665343662

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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