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  • Rear of the Workshop on High Street

    The building belongs to Stoneleigh although separated from the rest of the property by a lane giving vehicular access to Wykum and Homeleigh Cottage and a footpath that runs between Wykum and White Cottage to the High Street.
  • Stoneleigh

    Photographed from High Street.
  • Stoneleigh Cottage - a history

    ENE of Tudor House, on S side of lane leading off E side of High Street opposite Butcher's shop.

    Camera facing NE.

    Listed: 3/10 III Cottage.  C18.  Rubble.  Slate roof.  2 s[torey].  2 ws  (3-light stone mullions).

    Repaire and restoration work done since 1968 when property changed hands.

  • Stoneleigh Cottage - Carpentry Shed

    E side of High Street, opposite Butcher's shop.

    Camera facing SW.

    Shed.  Brick.  Tiled roof.  Adapted as a builder's shed for many years but from the bricked in arches, which can be seen both back and front, the first floor window bricked up, and the first floor door at the end, which may have had outside steps to it, it appears to have been a cart shed with granary over.  This is quite ordinary except that it is standing right on the road and one wonders who it belonged to because there is no farm actually adjacent and Stoneleigh, across footpath, already had plenty of land and outbuildings when it was a farm.  It is clearly shown on the 1885 OS map and also on the Tithe map of 1840 - at that time there was a Toll Bar somewhere along this stretch of road, and on the estate map of 1698 there is a peculiar sort of island here.  It would be interesting to know what changes have taken place to the road, the buildings and land just here.

  • Stoneleigh Cottage - Carpentry Shed (road front)

    E side of High Street, opposite Butcher's shop.

    Camera facing NE.

    See details - Stoneleigh Cottage, Carpentry Shed.

  • View from Bearcroft Gardens Across the Junior…

    Taken from an upstairs window of a house in Bearcroft Gardens, the photo shows part of the Junior Playing Field, the butcher's shop at the junction of Back Lane and the High Street and Stoneleigh. Glyde Hill in background.
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