DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


22 buildings recorded in the parish of Great Bookham


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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Bookham Gables 1830 TQ132547
2 storey with 4 rooms each floor,part cellar,an added service wing with lower ceiling height.
Bookham Grove - Summer House (E20c) TQ136544
Square with a large bow window to low cill height. Attractive wood shingle roof
Bookham Lodge L17c TQ127575
Elegant Regency house with veranda,late 17c core with its chimney
- Bothy E17c TQ128574
1 remaining bay of E17c house,brick clad & embellished with 'Gothick' windows
Childs Haugh formerly Buggs Farm E17c TQ128544
2 bay house with possibly former lean-to now built up
No.2 Church Cottages L16c TQ135547
This was originally part of a central smoke bay house, later converted into 2 cottages
Church Cottages L16c TQ134546
This and No.2 were built as a central smokebay house,later converted into 2 cottages
No.1 Church Road M17c TQ134546
Probably a stable block with hayloft over,converted to a dwelling. Attached to a Georgian house
No.12 Church Road 1734 TQ134546
One of 2 joined cottages,reputedly a former workshop; a 3rd cottage's inglenook hearth abuts this one's. Rear lean-to
Fairfield House E18c TQ135545
A Queen Anne style house with attics & semi-basement,under a mansard roof
No.2 Grove Cottages L16c TQ136544
4 bay,3 unit chimney house,extended by half bay,18c brick front and 2nd pile.
Half Moon Cottage c1500 TQ126543
Grade II 5 bays - perhaps small hall house with workshop bays. Added bay & chimney c1700
Nos.18-22 High Street E16c TQ135545
A row of 4 Georgian cottages disguising a 4 bay hall house with added cross wing
Nos.28-30 High Street E16c TQ135544
A 3 bay possibly open hall house,but may have been re-roofed using sooted rafters. Many interesting features remain
Millfield - Barn 1863 TQ130575
A 3 bay barn
Old Pound Cottage M17c TQ126547
A 2&half bay house with 2 bay Georgian addition; at one time divided into 2 cottages,now 1 again
The Rectory 18c TQ134546
Has grown from a simple house of 2 rooms & central entrance with outshot to a substantial house
Sheep Bell Farm L17c TQ133573
An imposing 2½ storey house with central rear 2 storey wing containing service rooms. Probably Home Farm of the Slyfield Estate
- Barn 1825 TQ134573
A 7 bay softwood barn;porch on South side with flanking outshots
Slyfield Farm - Barn 1806 TQ133577
A fine 8 bay boarded barn with porched threshing floor & lean-to on N side
The Tyrells 1665 TQ134546
A symmetrical brick house with raised rear outshot, apparently Georgian but possibly cladding a timber framed core
Woolpack,No.3 East Street 18c TQ135545
A single storey cottage,flint/brick end walls,timber front & back,formerly a storage building converted in 19c

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