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Listed Buildings in Clapham

Old Toll Gate Clapham

Listed Buildings in Clapham

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THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST MARY, THE STREET

Chancel, nave with aisles and tower with hipped tiled roof at the west end of the north aisle. Built of flints. Nave transitional Norman. Otherwise C13. Good C19 sculptured circular pulpit. Simple medieval church, rather restored.

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LONGFURLONG BARN, THE LONG FURLONG

Barn with attached cartshed. Circa 1880. Barn of red brick of 7 bays, the bays flanked by brick buttresses and loop lights. Gabled tiled roof. Brick coping and kneelers. Double cart doors. This barn is notable for the very rare use of laminated roof timbers in an agricultural building. Only one other example is known on the Arundel estate. Arched brace and kingpost roof. Attached to the north is a C19 cartshed, also of red brick with tiled roof. Open fronted, supported on wooden posts.

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DOVECOTE AT THE OLD FARMHOUSE TO THE NORTH EAST OF THE FARMHOUSE, THE STREET

TQ 00 NE CLAPHAM THE STREET 10/35A (north side) 12.10.54 Dovecote at the Old Farmhouse to the north east of the farmhouse (formerly listed as Dovecote at Clapham Farm) II Square building. C17 or earlier. Walls of stone, flints and chalk blocks, four feet thick. Pyramidal tilled roof. One blocked original window with wooden mullion.

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THE OLD FARMHOUSE, THE STREET

Originally a large farmhouse, later converted into two cottages, now in course of renovation. Large L-shaped C17 or earlier timber-framed house with red brick infilling, part of the main or north front refaced with red brick and grey headers. Stringcourse. Gable at west end of the north front. Casement windows with small square panes. Massive crow-stepped chimney breast on west wall of west wing. Smaller ditto on west wall of south wing. The east wall is now tile-hung and has a chimney breast of brick, stone and flints. The south wall of the south wing also has a brick chimney breast.

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LITTLE THATCH, 160, THE STREET

C17 or earlier timber-framed cottage with plaster infilling, partly refaced with weather-boarding. Hipped thatched roof with pentice to south. Casement windows. One storey and attic. Two windows.

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LITTLE TIMBERS, 171, THE STREET

Probably C17, refaced. Two parallel ranges. Two storeys. Three windows. Ground floor painted brick, above tile-hung. North wall stuccoed. Tiled roof in two hips. Casement windows.

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172 AND 173, THE STREET

Pair of estate cottages built by the Duke of Norfolk in 1847 and bearing this date with the initial "N" and a ducal coronet. Two storeys. Two windows. Faced with flints with long and short red brick window dressings and quoins. Slate roof with two half-hipped gables to the north front and a pointed gable to each of the east and west fronts. Casement windows with latticed panes. Two stone bays on ground floor. Small gabled stone porches on east and west fronts.

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155 AND 156, THE STREET

One building. C17 or earlier timber-framed building with plaster infilling, ground floor rebuilt in flints and red brick. Hipped thatched roof. Casement windows. Two storeys. Four windows.

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157, THE STREET

Probably C17. Two storeys. Three windows. Faced with flints with red brick dressings and quoins. Hipped tiled roof with one "eyebrow". Casement windows.

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CLAPHAM SCHOOL AND THE SCHOOL MASTER'S HOUSE, THE STREET

Mid C19 building, probably built by the Duke of Norfolk. Two storeys. Four windows. Faced with flints with red brick dressings and quoins. Tiled roof. Casement windows with latticed panes. The School-master's house at the west end has a gable. To the east of this three possibly later, red brick gabled dormers. The east wall has three flush brick stringcourse and a large pointed window.

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WALNUT TREE COTTAGE, 176, THE STREET

C17 or earlier timber-framed cottage with painted brick or flint infilling. First wall floor of the north wall tile-hung. Hipped thatched roof. Casement windows. Two storeys. Three windows.

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THE LODGE OF CASTLE GORING, ARUNDEL ROAD

Slightly later in date than the house and probably built by the first occupant of the house, Admiral Sir George Brook Pechell, one of the first Members of Parliament for Brighton, about 1830. One storey. Two windows. Faced with flints with stuccoed quoins. Slate roof. Casement windows with latticed panes. Gable end to each wing with scalloped bargeboards.

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CASTLE GORING COTTAGES, 13, ARUNDEL ROAD

ARUNDEL ROAD 1. 5406 (South Side) No 13 TQ 10 NW 23/70 II GV Late C18. 2 storeys. 3 windows and 1 blocked. Grey headers with red brick dressings. Small cornice with modillions below eaves. Red tiled roof. Small flat hood to door. 6-panel door.

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CASTLE GORING COTTAGES, 12, ARUNDEL ROAD

ARUNDEL ROAD 1. 5406 (South Side) No 12 (The Cottage) TQ 10 NW 23/216 II GV 2. Probably late C18. A long narrow 2-storey range with steep tiled roof. Rendered. Either side of lean-to porch on slender wooden posts (over doorway with light above) are a 3-light casement window on the upper storey and a 6-light casement bay window on the lower storey (the latter with lattice glazing bars). There is also a 2-light casement window between the porch and the left-hand bay. To the right, and beyond the ridge chimney, a section perhaps added later with a single-light casement on each floor.

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WOOD COTTAGE AT HOLT FARM, ARUNDEL ROAD

Probably C16 timber-framed cottage with red brick infilling. Originally hipped thatched roof, but the south side now covered with asbestos sheeting. Casement windows. Two storeys. Two windows. Large chimney breast inside. The cottage is on the whole derelict.

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KEEPER'S COTTAGE AT HOLT FARM, ARUNDEL ROAD

Restored C17 or earlier timber-framed building with painted brick infilling. Hipped thatched roof with two "eyebrows" and pentice behind. Casement windows. Modern gabled weather-boarded porch. Two storeys. Three windows.

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THE OLD TOLL GATE, THE LONG FURLONG

Early C19 toll-house. The portion facing the road is faced with stucco, scored to resemble masonry. The first floor originally oversailed, with an enriched frieze above it, but has been underbuilt. Two round turrets with castellated parapet between. Two storeys. Pointed recess on first floor. One window below. To the south is an L-shaped residential portion, probably added later, of two storeys, faced in flints and red brick with a slate roof and casement windows.

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