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North Pavilion Cottage south Pavilion Cottage

A Grade II Listed Building in Reigate and Banstead, Surrey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.2422 / 51°14'31"N

Longitude: -0.2181 / 0°13'5"W

OS Eastings: 524481

OS Northings: 150731

OS Grid: TQ244507

Mapcode National: GBR JHZ.5P5

Mapcode Global: VHGS9.51LK

Entry Name: North Pavilion Cottage south Pavilion Cottage

Listing Date: 27 January 1989

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1029048

English Heritage Legacy ID: 289476

Location: Reigate and Banstead, Surrey, RH2

County: Surrey

District: Reigate and Banstead

Town: Reigate and Banstead

District Council Ward: Reigate Central

Built-Up Area: Reigate

Traditional County: Surrey

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: Reigate St Philip

Church of England Diocese: Southwark

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Listing Text

COLLEY LANE
TQ 2450
(East Side, off)
10/270
North Pavilion Cottage
and South Pavilion Cottage
GV
II

Cricket pavilion and 2 cottages, now 2 dwellings. 1937 by Sir Edwin and Robert
Lutyens for Sir William Mallinson of Pine End; converted c.1950. Graduated
weatherboard; wood shingle roof. H-shaped plan, having former cricket pavilion
to centre, on ground floor, with 2 changing rooms at front and washrooms at
rear; cottages forming cross-wings and on 1st floor extending over pavilion;
at rear, centre, linked block of outbuildings. Crosswings 2 storeys, centre
1 storey with attic. 1:3:1 bays. Windows wooden framed with smallpane glazing
and casements. Central range has attic under catslide roof supported by artificial
stone columns, paired flanking centre, so forming ground floor loggia which
is brick-paved and has a recessed central entrance formerly with a board door
on each side into changing rooms, that on left blocked; outer bays each have
a 4-light window. Attic floor: central, wood-shingled clock tower with hexagonal
clock face in panel and hipped gable, flanked by 2 light, hipped dormers. Cross-
wings have a 2 light window on each floor (those on ground floor inserted at
conversion) and swept hipped roofs with metal ridge stacks of coupled, polygonal
flues. Returns each have: steps up to central door with small pane glazing
over panel, in architrave with console bracketed pediment; a 4-light window
either side and 3 of 2 lights above. Rear: cross-wings each have a French
window and 2-light window above; central range formerly had on each side of
outbuilding block a board door with a small 4-pane window to outside and two
to inside, door on left now a wide window, door on right now a French window.
Two 4-light attic dormers; outbuilding block of brick with a board gate (at
junction with main range) and door to each return. Interior: board doors with
strap hinges.

A S G Butler, The Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens, Vol 1 Country Houses (1950).


Listing NGR: TQ2448150731

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