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Pavilion to South of Old Place, Lindfield

Description: Pavilion to South of Old Place

Grade: II
Date Listed: 11 December 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 303145

OS Grid Reference: TQ3494525807
OS Grid Coordinates: 534945, 125807
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0158, -0.0776

Location: Francis Road, Lindfield, West Sussex RH16 2HT

Locality: Lindfield
Local Authority: Mid Sussex District Council
County: West Sussex
Country: England
Postcode: RH16 2HT

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Listing Text

(east side)
6/233 Pavilion to south of Old
Former stained glass studio, now house. Built c1890 as his stained glass studio
by C W Kempe in fanciful mixture of Swiss and Gothic styles, altered C20. Brown
brick base, walls partly pebbledashed, partly tile hung with same weatherboarding,
decorative timber-framing and tiled roof. NORTH ELEVATION 2 storeys, ground floor
red brick, 1st floor applied timber-framing with plastered infill. Projecting
gable. Irregular fenestration of 3 or 4 light mullioned windows and double doors.
Octagonal tower to right with chequerwork plasterwork decoration to ground floor
and tile hung above with turret. SOUTH ELEVATION on the right hand side is a 2
storey part, the ground floor of brown brick in Flemish band, the 1st floor tile
hung with one continuous window with alternate panes of circular opaque glass.
Hipped tiled roof with wooden finial. Attached is a higher turret, weatherboarded
with galleries on 4 sides, trefoliated openings and bargeboards with pendants and
finials. This terminates in a weatherboarded tower with saddleback roof. To its
left is a 2 storey pebbledashed range with no windows with attached tall tower,
pebbledashed to lower floors and weatherboarded to upper, with casement windows
and pyramidal tiled roof. Simple planked door.

Listing NGR: TQ3494525807

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Source: English Heritage

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