Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1352703

Date first listed: 18-Dec-1947

Date of most recent amendment: 01-Feb-1991

Statutory Address: 39 AND 40, BRIDGE ROAD


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Statutory Address: 39 AND 40, BRIDGE ROAD

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

County: Surrey

District: Waverley (District Authority)

Parish: Godalming

National Grid Reference: SU 97250 43935


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GODALMING BRIDGE STREET SU 9743 NW (north west side) 13/26 Nos 39 and 40 18.12.47 (formerly listed with Nos 37 and 38) GV II

Former Brewery grain store. C17, probably mid, of 2 builds; C20 addition and alterations. Timber-framed with brick infill and rubblestone plinth; plain tile roofs. No 40 on left of 2 storeys, 3 framed bays, with cross-wing (No 39) on right projecting to rear of 3 storeys; 2-storey C20 out- shut addition in angle. Road front: stone plinth. Timber frame comprises sole plate (to No 40), posts, studs, rails and wall-plates forming small square panels infilled with brick. Each section has a set of double doors with a taking-in hatchway above, and another to top floor of No 39, the three panels above this open and with ledge. Half-hipped roof to No 39. Right return (No 39): timber frame as before, with two arched braces from posts to wall plate at eaves; various small-pane windows set in panels. Left return: No 40 has door- way, later first floor window, and small eaves opening on right; C20 outshut on left not of special interest. Interior: on ground floor, large-scantling cross-beams and joists, the former with carpenters' marks and some with good stops to chamfers; cross-wing (No 39) side-wall removed to form continuous open space with C20 addition, but mortices in soffit of wall plate indicate position of former timbers. Cross-wing (No 39) has first floor gypsum floor set on wide floorboards, with various trap doors; butted board wall between this and No 40; charred roof timbers and some replaced (following mid C20 fire), 3 original queen-strut roof trusses at rear end, and one collared truss at front end; square section ridge-piece. Roof of No 40 has 2 queen-post trusses (timbers reused) and 2 collared rafter trusses at right end, adjoining No 39. Large- scantling rafters flat side down; no ridge-piece. This site was owned and occupied by a mealman and maltster who bequeathed the malthouse in 1689 (Jon Janaway, pers. comm.).

Listing NGR: SU9725043935


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