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Latitude: 51.2344 / 51°14'3"N
Longitude: -0.5793 / 0°34'45"W
OS Eastings: 499282
OS Northings: 149321
OS Grid: SU992493
Mapcode National: GBR FCJ.JBR
Mapcode Global: VHFVM.X73J
Entry Name: Mount Manor Cottage
Listing Date: 30 March 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1029201
English Heritage Legacy ID: 289134
Location: Guildford, Surrey, GU2
Electoral Ward/Division: Friary and St Nicolas
Built-Up Area: Guildford
Traditional County: Surrey
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Surrey
Church of England Parish: Guildford St Nicolas
Church of England Diocese: Guildford
THe following shall be added:-
SU9949SW GUILDFORD THE MOUNT
7/178 No 18 (Mount Manor
Outbuilding, now house. C17 timber frame with C18 and C19 cladding and C19 and C20
additions and alterations. Timber frame,clad, with pebble-dash render and upper floor
tile hung with fishcale tile banding. Plain tile roof. 3 storeys to road, 2 storeys
at rear due to sloping ground. 2-cell timber-frame house gable-end to road, with C19
inserted central fireplace and C19 addition to rear. Road front: a 12-pane sash to
each of the 3 floors, the arches of the soffits of brick; Central cross-ridge stack.
Part-glazed door under bracketed pent roof to right return; rest of right return blind,
addition at right end is of brick in flemish bond with some blue headers and has one
small window. Left return: two small C20 2-light leaded casement at left end: addition,
set back, furtherleft, has board door with two 2-light windows to left and a 3-light
window above all small paned. C20 flat-roofed bathroom addition further left not of
special interest; gable end of older range has part-glazed double door and a 12-pane
Interior: the framing, on the 2 upper floors, comprises jowelled posts, strait
braces, rail, wall plate and cut-through tie-beams; the wall plate and some other
members have chamfered arrises with lamb's tongue stops and on ground floor one post
has a pyramidal-stopped chamfer.
A painting of 1849 shows the item as a brick building with a 2-storey pitching
window recess to 2 lower floors and an arched opening in gable. (R. Chamberlain,
Guildford, town under seige (1987), cover).
Listing NGR: SU9928349321
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