FUSHCIA COTTAGE REGENCY COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1027810

Date first listed: 21-Aug-1975

Statutory Address: 15, CHURCH STREET

Statutory Address: FUSHCIA COTTAGE, 11, CHURCH STREET

Statutory Address: REGENCY COTTAGE, 13, CHURCH STREET

Map

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REGENCY COTTAGE
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Location

Statutory Address: 15, CHURCH STREET

Statutory Address: FUSHCIA COTTAGE, 11, CHURCH STREET

Statutory Address: REGENCY COTTAGE, 13, CHURCH STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: West Sussex

District: Arun (District Authority)

Parish: Littlehampton

National Grid Reference: TQ 03008 02139

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Details

1. 5401 CHURCH STREET (North Side ) No 11 (Fuschia Cottage) No 13 (Regency Cottage ) No 15 TQ 0302 1/52

II GV

2. Nos 11 and 13 are possibly C18 refaced in circa 1830-40, and form a reflected pair. No 15 is circa 1830-40 and forms a slightly projecting cross wing to the east. Nos 11 and 13: 2 storeys. 4 windows and central blind panel. Pebble dash with Roman cement quoins. Slate roof with central panelled chimney. Casement windows with mullions and horizontal glazing bars. 2 of these plus a blind panel on the ground floor. 1st floor windows are smaller and have raised surrounds, 2 of them are twin windows under gabled dormers with scalloped bargeboard and a central pendant. Doors have bracketted pointed hoods, (supported on No 13) With ornamental bargeboards. No 15: 2 storey and attic. 1 window to south and 2 on east side. Slate roof with crested ridge. Chimney on east side dividing 1st floor windows. Large irregular cobbles with flint galleting. Roman cement quoins and gable steps under plain bargeboard. Raised surrounds to windows which have mullions and horizontal glazing bars. Some casements. Triple window on ground floor under a label. Twin window on lst floor and small single window in attic. Entrance on east front. Similar to No 13.

Nos 7 to 15 (odd) and No 23 [Friends' Meeting House] form a group.

Listing NGR: TQ0301402138

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Legacy System number: 297457

Legacy System: LBS

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