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Mp Stoodley and Son

A Grade II Listed Building in Godalming, Surrey

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.1855 / 51°11'7"N

Longitude: -0.6132 / 0°36'47"W

OS Eastings: 497017

OS Northings: 143828

OS Grid: SU970438

Mapcode National: GBR FD2.MS9

Mapcode Global: VHFVT.BG5L

Entry Name: Mp Stoodley and Son

Listing Date: 6 February 1973

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1189865

English Heritage Legacy ID: 291388

Location: Godalming, Waverley, Surrey, GU7

County: Surrey

District: Waverley

Civil Parish: Godalming

Built-Up Area: Godalming

Traditional County: Surrey

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey

Church of England Parish: Godalming

Church of England Diocese: Guildford

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Listing Text

GODALMING HIGH STREET
SU 9743 NW
(south side)
13/110
Nos 57 (M P Stoodley
& Son)
6.2 .73 and 59
GV
II

Probably 3 houses, now 2 commercial premises, no. 57 with flat. C16 and C17, of
different builds, with alterations probably late C18, later C19 and C20.
Timber-framed with plastered wattle-and-daub infill; painted and stuccoed brick;
tile-hanging. Plain tile roofs. 2 storeys, no 57 with attic. Front range is
of 5 bays,2 right bays (no 59) retaining late-C16 timber framing; 3 left bays
(no 57) refronted probably late C18 with late C19 and C20 shop front. Parallel,
at rear, is a 4-bay mid-C16 range, part belonging to no 59 and part to no 57.
Front: no 57, on left, is of stuccoed brick having: recessed shop front with
panelled reveals and panelled bases to multi-pane windows, flanked by late C19
pilasters with fluted, pedimented consoles which flank fasica; on 1st floor
three 4-pane sashes in flush wood architraves; band below parapet from which is
corbelled 1861 clock with coloured glass panel at front and clock faces to
sides; 2 flat-roofed attic dormers. No 59, on right, has recessed late-C20 shop
front with panelled pilasters; 1st floor, supported by later brackets, has ogee
braces to timber-framed panels. Rear: rear range has exposed timber framing on
1st floor of right-hand bay, otherwise replaced by brick or plastered
over; various C20 doors and windows; roof hipped, with gablets;skk
outshut on right. The rear range is slightly shorter than the front range on
the right-hand side, and in the angle is a 2-storey bay window;rising above
this, from the roof of the front range, is a tile-hung gable with leaded light.
Late-C20 brick extension on left not of special interest. Left return: timber
frame exposed. Interior: rear range has jowled posts, arched tension braces,
partition walls between bays, west gable wall of old brick with a small, leaded,
iron casement window on 1st floor; roof trusses with cambered tie-beams, posts
up to collar (some gone), clasped through purlins and old rafters, these sooted
in 2nd bay from east. Front range: unjowled posts in no 59 and, in roof,
central, arch-braced partition wall, curved windbraces and some old rafters and
butt purlins. No 57 on ground floor has lateral fireplace with bread ovens,
dog-leg stair with stick balusters and spiral curtail, and solid block wood
stair from 1st floor up to rear, gabled loft.


Listing NGR: SU9701443824

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