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Description: 120 and 122, Ockford Road
Date Listed: 23 February 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 291482
OS Grid Reference: SU9639843378
OS Grid Coordinates: 496398, 143378
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1815, -0.6222
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GODALMING OCKFORD ROAD
SU 9643 SW
(north west side)
Nos 120 and 122
Two houses, now one. Late C16 or early C17 and later C17, of 2 builds. Rubble-
stone and brick plinth; timber frame with plastered wattle and daub infill and
painted brick infill; plain tile roof. 2 storeys, No 120 with attic, No 122
with basement. 4 bays, 1:3, the left bay (No 122) being C17 addition. Plinth
of rubblestone with brick patching, approx 0.5 metres high on right and rising
to approx 2 metres high on left, due to sloping ground, providing basement at
left end which has a small window. Timber framing, above, has large-scantling
posts, midrail and upper tension braces (right one curved), with large panels to
first floor and some inserted timbers to ground floor. On right, C20 steps up
to C19 shop doorway having segmental-arched glazed, upper panel and overlight,
and on its left a large 6-pane shop window all under iron-bracketed canopy box.
Other windows are casements, mostly C20: on ground floor three 2-light, small-
pane windows, that on left smaller and c.1980; on first floor 3 small windows of
2, 2 and 4 lights, the latter with some old iron casements with leading; two
2-light, tile-hung, gabled dormers on right. Roof hipped on left, descending
over left-hand bay as catslide roof, with rebuilt brick stack between left-hand
bays; another, truncated, stack to ridge between right-hand bays. Rear: rubble-
stone to lower part of wall, timber frame above; brick and stone outshut on
left. Left return: lower part of wall of orangey-red brick and rubblestone with
straight-braced, small square-panelled timber frame above. Board door on right
with an old 2-light diamond-leaded casement window to its left and a similar
smaller window to left again. Interior: framing exposed, including jowled
posts, straight braces, large-scantling cambered tie-beams with vertical posts
in left bay of No 120, wind braces, roof not inspected but said to have sooted
rafters at right-hand end which may indicate a former smoke-bay plan. In right
bay, blocked ground floor fireplace has chamfered surround with rounded corners;
wooden winder stair at front of stack with old, strap-hinged board door to cup-
board below; left bay (No 122) has basement fireplace with moulded wooden
surround and C19 iron grate and oven.
Listing NGR: SU9640243384
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Source: English Heritage
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