This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
1. LONDON ROAD 4430 (West Side) WALLINGTON No 258 TQ 2865 NE 9/94 II 2.
C19 mill building which served as a flock or cotton mill; this was at one time known as Kilburn's cotton mill, attached to Kilburn's calico printing works, the latter using the area of The Grange as a bleaching ground. No 258 did not seem to have a wheel but obtained water from a stream which ran from The Grange via the neighbouring watercress beds as far as the Wandle. No 258 is a 2-storey building with 9 window bays to North and South sides. Hipped slate roof with red tile ridges. Wood overhanging eaves. Painted weatherboarded walls. In North side, 8 window bays and loft door at West end; C19 fixed windows with small panes above [4 panes wide and 2 deep]; lower windows 2 panes wide and 2 deep.
In east gable end, a loft door, and, on ground floor, a 4-flush-panelled door with rectangular fanlight. Modern accretions to ground floor on south side but original wall remains.
See Dr M Wilks, "A Checklist of Wandle Watermills".
Listing NGR: TQ2872765505
© Mr Robert Taverner. Source: Historic England Archive
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