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Sunbury Court

A Grade II* Listed Building in Spelthorne, Surrey

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Latitude: 51.4098 / 51°24'35"N

Longitude: -0.3959 / 0°23'45"W

OS Eastings: 511660

OS Northings: 169085

OS Grid: TQ116690

Mapcode National: GBR 4R.T0X

Mapcode Global: VHFTS.3T1M

Entry Name: Sunbury Court

Listing Date: 11 September 1951

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1180231

English Heritage Legacy ID: 288016

Location: Spelthorne, Surrey, TW16

County: Surrey

District: Spelthorne

Town: Spelthorne

Electoral Ward/Division: Sunbury East

Built-Up Area: Walton-on-Thames

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: St Mary Sunbury-on-Thames

Church of England Diocese: London

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Listing Text


4/44 Sunbury Court


Country House, now Salvation Army Conference and training centre. Early C18 core,
extended in later C18 and with C19 wings. Red brick with whitewashed stucco
dressings and hipped slate roofs obscured by balustraded parapet. Original house
appears to be encased by end wings and forms the centre range on the south side.
Two storeys over basement with multiple stacks to ends and centre. Channelled
rustication on basement plinth and end piers; balustraded parapet above with
square end newels crowned by urn finials. Entrance front:- five window range
with central three under modillioned pediment on 4 giant Ionic pilasters. Three
small square sashes to first floor centre bays in lugged architrave surrounds,
larger plate sashes on ends, and ground floor, in similar surrounds. Balustraded
Doric porte-cochere to ground floor centre approached from either side by curved
balustraded ramps. Double doors in moulded surround to centre. South front
(facing Lower Sunbury Road):- 7 bay centre range with centre three bays in
pedimented break, flanked by projecting three bay end wings. Channelled rustication
on end piers of each range, giant Ionic pilaster order to centre three bays with
modillioned pediment above. Plate glass sash fenestration, smaller square windows
to basement. Central ground floor sash window in place of former entrance with
Ionic attached-column surround with vermiculated block rustication, and grotesque
keystone-head over. Decorative panel above links to sill of first floor window.
East face:- Similar to entrance front but with paired Ionic pilasters either side
of centre range and small Doric portico approached up a flight of stone steps with
swept balusters and end columns under spherical caps.
Interiors:- Staircase Hall:- D-shaped with guilloche frieze and late C18 decoration.
Lugged panels to walls and triglyph and floral metope frieze cornice. 5-scroll
wrought-iron railing with mahogany banister to stairs. Lugged ceiling panels with
gilt bosses above. Broken pediments to door-cases with Ionic pilaster and columns
flanking in "Venetian" arrangement. Music Room:- Deep panelled rich gilt ceiling
with centre rose. Flower decoration in panels. Gilt wood pier glass mirrors
fixed into wall panelling. Scrolled stone fireplace. Dining Room:- broken
pediment door case; panelled doors and reveals. Arcadian wall paintings on panels
by Swedish painter Elias Martin 1768-1780 with egg and dart lugged plaster surround
Grisaille over-door paintings of frolicking cherubs. Mid C19 conference hall with
panelled walls, in Gothic style. Trefoil piercing to main roof braces.


Listing NGR: TQ1166069085

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