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Red House Farm House, Elstead

Description: Red House Farm House

Grade: II
Date Listed: 12 September 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 291520

OS Grid Reference: SU9071242547
OS Grid Coordinates: 490712, 142547
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1750, -0.7037

Location: Elstead, Surrey GU8 6DR

Locality: Elstead
Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council
County: Surrey
Country: England
Postcode: GU8 6DR

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Listing Text


5/10 Red House Farm
12/9/72 House (formerly listed
as Red House Farm)


House. Early C17 with late C18/C19 extensions. Timber framed, clad in red and
brown brick to front, the main posts of the frame exposed to rear - half-hipped
bay with gathered Bargate stone infilling. Plain tiled roofs, half-hipped with
fishscale tile hanging to gable ends on right hand wing. L-shaped plan with
wing projecting to right. Two storeys with end ridge stack to left and central
ridge stack to right hand wing. Plat band over ground floor of right hand wing.
Diamond-pane, wood framed, leaded casement fenestration; one window on each
floor to left and one cambered head 3-light casement window with shutters to
ground floor right. One leaded casement window on each floor of the half-hipped
wing to right. Part glazed door in brick porch under pentice continuation of
main roof in re-entrant angle of two wings. Pentice outshot to right. Further
door, stable style and half glazed, to left on end wing.

Listing NGR: SU9074242533

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Source: English Heritage

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