This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ONSLOW AVENUE 1.
4430 CHEAM Front Garden Walls to Nos 3 and 5 (Craig House), No 7 (Trewarren), No 9 (High Trees), No 11 (Merrow), No 13 (Lynwood), Nos 15 and 17 (Wood Lodge), Green Gap, Driftwood, Wychwood, South Garden Wall to Wychwood.
TQ 2462 36/129 TQ 2461 39/129 II 2.
Former Hare Warren Wall. Part of same item as garden walls in Wilbury and Warren Avenues. Walls relating to one of 3 known hare warrens on the North Downs [the other 2 at Epsom and at Newlands Corner]. Late C17; thought to have been erected after hunting rights left royal hands at about this time. Originally comprised a brick-walled enclosure with egress holes fitted with little trap doors at intervals along the west side; warrener's house at north-east corner [demolished 1930]. The walls have been broken down in places to allow space for entrances to C20 houses but on the east, west and south sides the walls remain with this exception substantially intact. Wall of red bricks laid in Flemish bond; plinths; course of flints near base; battered coping; pilasters at intervals. One egress hole in walls before Nos 5, 9 and Driftwood and 2 before No 15. Wall interrrupted by 1 entrance each to Nos 3, 5 and 7, by 2 entrances each to Nos 9, 11 and 13, by 1 entrance each to Nos 15 and 17, by 2 to Green Gap, by 1 to Driftwood and by 2 to Wychwood.
South of Wychwood, the wall returns eastwards as the south garden wall to Wychwood continuing eastwards into the garden of No 18 Wilbury Avenue [see Wilbury Avenue; see also Warren Avenue].
See also items under WARREN and WILBURY AVENUES, CHEAM.
Listing NGR: TQ2467262046