DOMESTIC BUILDINGS RESEARCH GROUP (SURREY)


11 buildings recorded in the parish of Sutton Abinger (Shere)


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BuildingDateN.G.R.
Fulvens Barn Cottage 17c TQ098464
A 3 bay cottage,originally a farm building,built into the hillside,attached to the barn which now forms part of the house.
Fulvens Barn 17c TQ098464
A 4 bay barn,built into the hillside,attached to the cottage next door,of which it is now a part.
- Cart Shed 19c TQ098464
Cartshed has three bays open on three sides. Hipped roof has a ridge piece.
- Granary 19c TQ098464
Small granary with roof hipped on 4 sides & very short ridge. Walls on 2 sides hold it about 1.4 metres above ground.
Fulvens House 17c TQ099464
A 2½ storey,4 bay,17c gabled brick house with added wing at back.
Martins [now Littlebrook] 1932 TQ103462
An architect designed L-shaped house in the vernacular style
Old Farm E17c TQ102459
A bank barn,possibly originally stables, converted to house,with virtually rebuilt cattle byre adjoining,now part of house.
- Barn E17c TQ102459
A 6 bay barn with added porch, outshot/stable, large end door & high level door.
Sutton Cottage E17c TQ105458
4 bay house with small central pseudo chimney "bay",with truss over not on bay post. Once two cottages,possibly originally so.
Sutton Place Cottage E17c TQ101462
A 3 bay parlour wing to house now gone. 1930s addition "in keeping" to first floor,over ? earlier cellars,with ramped approach
Tudor Cottage L16c TQ105459
A 3 bay smoke hood house,always floored,once divided,now one again

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