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OLD BIRTLEY, Haslemere Road, Brook

Identifier: 17550 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

House, at one time a farmhouse and later farm cottages. Eastern range mid-16th century, northern range early 17th century with 20th century additions to northeast, south, west and northwest.
Mater...

SOUTH BARN, NORTH BARN AND ATTACHED STABLING AND FORMER FARM BUILDING AT GREAT TANGLEY MANOR FARM, Tangley Lane, Wonersh Common

Identifier: 17549 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two former threshing barns, one adapted to a dairy and the other partially adapted into an estate office together with a former farm building and some stabling. North barn is mid to late 16th cent...

OLDMILL BRIDGE, River Lane, Fetcham

Identifier: 17547 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

From documentary evidence c. 1930 there is mention of an attractive timber footbridge near Randalls Park, a mile and a half northwest of Leatherhead. Known as Oldmill Bridge, it is of no age but a...

The Lodge and Lodge Wood, Cobham

Identifier: 18181 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This was the Lodge at the north entrance to Hatchford Park, which was severed from the rest of the estate by the construction of the M25. The woodland to the east of the Lodge appears to be seconda...

FOX OAK INCLUDING ATTACHED TERRACE WALLS, Seven Hills Road, Walton on Thames

Identifier: 18185 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Large house. Built between 1886 and 1892 by Halsey Ralph Ricardo for his brother. Arts and Crafts style. Built of red brick in stretcher bond with timber-framing to gables with pebble- dashed infil...

CHURCH OF ST JOAN OF ARC, 19 TILFORD ROAD, Tilford

Identifier: 17537 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Roman Catholic church, 1929-30 by John Edward Dixon-Spain in a modern Romanesque style.
Red brick, Portland stone and concrete construction with tiled roof.
Plan: Basilican plan, nave flanked by...

Elm Farm, formerly Emmets, Cobham

Identifier: 18175 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Elm Farm is now represented by a 19th century farm house and buildings. However the site is much older and was once known as Emmets. The present farm overlooks a small triagular piece of the former...

Icehouse: Norbury Park

Identifier: 17758 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

An icehouse within Icehouse Combe of post-medieval date, and probably associated with the mansion at the top of the hill. The icehouse would be sited in a sheltered location and close to a supply ...

GRAVESTONE OF UNKNOWN MURDERED SAILOR, ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH, Highfield Lane, Thursley

Identifier: 17551 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Headstone, erected c1786 by public subscription over a murdered traveller on the Portsmouth Road. The headstone is about six feet height and two feet six inches wide with a nowy head with scrolled...

Church of St Nicholas and possible site of earlier church, Shepperton

Identifier: 551 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The present Shepperton church of St Nicholas was built in 1614 from the debris of the former church standing over the Thames and built on piles (many wills being still extant leaving legacies to ad...