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IoE Number: 299213
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Date listed: 22 September 1959
Date of last amendment: 28 November 1980
Grade II*

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HORSHAM RURALBRIGHTON ROAD5404St John's College(formerly listed asCoolhurst)TQ 12 NE 12/30622.9.59.

HORSHAM RURAL BRIGHTON ROAD 1. 5404 St John's College (formerly listed as Coolhurst) TQ 12 NE 12/306 22.9.59. II* 2. The oldest portion of the building is the back part of the former service wing. This is C17, Stone and red brick. The main building is a Tudor Gothic mansion built by Maria, Marchioness of Northampton in 1833-5. Architect P F Robinson. Two storeys. Five windows. Faced with Roman cement. Horsham slab roof. Two bays of 6-lights on both floors with gables over surmounted by finials. Parapet between containing Gothic lettering. Casement windows of 2 or 3-lights with dripstones over. Square bay of five-lights on ground floor with pierced parapet. Ground floor addition of library with slate roof at west end. Service wing set back at east end with a gable in cottage Gothic style with cusped bargeboards. On the entrance front there is a 3-storeyed tower over the doorway with an empty niche on first floor and gable with small oriel to east of this. Good example of a Tudor Gothic mansion.

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