STEPHENS COTTAGE TUDOR COTTAGE

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1354663
Date first listed:
26-Nov-1987
Date of most recent amendment:
09-Jan-1989
Statutory Address:
STEPHENS COTTAGE, CHURCH LANE
Statutory Address:
TUDOR COTTAGE, CHURCH LANE

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TUDOR COTTAGE
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Location

Statutory Address:
STEPHENS COTTAGE, CHURCH LANE
Statutory Address:
TUDOR COTTAGE, CHURCH LANE

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

County:
West Sussex
District:
Chichester (District Authority)
Parish:
Cocking
National Park:
SOUTH DOWNS
National Grid Reference:
SU 87829 17457

Details

In the entry for: SU 8617 - 8717 COCKING CHURCH LANE 29/7 Tudor Cottage II The entry shall be amended to read:

SU 8617 - 8717 COCKING CHURCH LANE 29/7 Tudor Cottage and Stephens Cottage GV II House. Early C17 timber framed building refaced and extended in C19 and altered in C20. 2 storeys and attics 3 windows. West front is of painted brick the 1st floor tile-hung. Tiled roof with off central brick stack and end cemented stack. 2 modern casement windows. South front of Stephens has an early C19 2 storey rendered extension to left with tiled gable and end brick stack with 1 C20 casement and 1 C20 low window. To right refronted in brick in English bond, above rendered and tiled C20 casements. East front has original door surround and modern porch. North front has deep catslide roof with C20 hipped 1 bay extension rising through it. Interior of Stephens has exposed square framing with midrail. Lounge has 2 inch chamfered spine beam with lamb's tongue stop. Brick open fireplace with wooden bressumer. Fine late C17 corner cupboard. Fine early C17 staircase with square newel post with polyhedron finial and panelled cupboard opposite with cock's head hinges. Over the stairs is a small plank door leading to a loft in the outshut probably originally an apple store. Roof has collar beams and through purlins with slightly curved tension braces. The early C19 extension has a corner cupboard of c.1820. Interior of Tudor Cottage not seen. Records show that the building was let to the rector in 1660.

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SU 8617-8717 COCKING CHURCH LANE 29/7 Tudor Cottage II House. C17 or earlier timber-framed building with red brick and flint infilling, now partly tile-hung. Two tile-hung gables with plaster below them. Tiled roof with pentice to north. Two storeys. Three windows. (Casement windows).

Listing NGR: SU8782717457

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
301599
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 27 Aug 2000
Reference: IOE01/02862/04
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