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Statutory Address:

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

West Sussex
Chichester (District Authority)
West Sussex
Chichester (District Authority)
National Park:
National Grid Reference:
SU 88503 18845


In the entry for:

COCKING BEX LANE 17/20 Bex Mill House II The description shall be amended to read:-

House, formerly Mill House, C18. Built of coursed stone rubble with brick window dressings, quoins and top of plinth. Half-hipped roof with tall central brick stack. 2 storeys 5 windows, mainly C20 triple wooden casements but central 1st floor window is a fixed casement with pegged architrave. Central C20 Dutch door with gabled tiled hood on wooden piers. Left side has tile hung gable and C20 window. Right side has weather boarded gable and 1 storey extension, tile hung with tiled roof. Some gabled C20 extensions to rear.


In the entry for: SU 81 NE COCKING BEX LANE 17/20 Bex Mill House II the entry shall be amended to read:-

SU 81 NE COCKING BEX LANE 17/18 Bex Mill House II House. Late C18 altered in later C19, refenestrated in C20. Built of stone rubble with red brick dressings. Old tiled roof with end brick chimneystacks. 2 storeys. South or garden front has 2 windows, renewed wooden casements in cambered architraves. Modillion eaves cornice. Central late C19 gabled brick porch with late C18 original cambered entrance behind plinth. East elevation has ironstone galleting to stone- work and 2 12 pane sashes to right hand side and double sash under large cambered brick arch. Cambered doorcase with later hipped weather porch. North elevation has galleting to stonework, gable to left and hip to right. Under the hip is a late C18 16 pane sash and 2 later casements to ground floor under cambered heads. Blocked in cambered opening under gable. West elevation has 1 late C18 12 paned sash to 1st floor and later extension in stone and brickwork to ground floor. Interior has parlour with late C18 brick cambered fireplace and lead water pump with wooden case. Cupboard with plank door and 2 panelled door to brick paved hall. Ledged plank door to ground floor. 1st floor has a ledged plank door and late C18 or early C19 sash window. Roof to western part of house is late C18 with angled quoin struts, collar beam with through purlins and ridgepiece and some rough hewn purlins. Eastern part of house has staggered purlin roof.

------------------------------------ SU 81 NE COCKING BEX LANE 17/20 Bex Mill House II House. C18. Stone, set in galletting, with red brick dressings, quoins and dentilled eaves cornice. Tiled roof. Glazing bars intact. Two storeys. Two windows.

Listing NGR: SU8850318845


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 05 Sep 2000
Reference: IOE01/02862/28
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