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©  Norman Wigg

IoE Number: 299316
Location: MAIN BUILDING TO COTTESMORE SCHOOL, BUSHAM HILL
  COLGATE, HORSHAM, WEST SUSSEX
Photographer: Norman Wigg
Date Photographed: 19 November 2002
Date listed: 28 November 1980
Date of last amendment: 28 November 1980
Grade II

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LOWER BEEDINGBUSHAM HILL5404Pease PottageMain building toCottesmore SchoolTQ 23 SE 9/261

LOWER BEEDING BUSHAM HILL 1. 5404 Pease Pottage Main building to Cottesmore School TQ 23 SE 9/261 II 2. Cottesmore School moved here from Hove about 1955. Huge late cl9 mansion in Elizabethan style built in 1882-3 for P Saithard, ostrich-feather merchant. Eshart George and Harold Peto Architects. Half-H. plan. Built of vivid red bricks. Three storeys. Twelve windows. Horsham slab roof. Tall brick chimney stacks. Casement windows. Shaped gables to wings. Centre portion has a 6-storeyed tower with balustrade and a turret corbelled out of its top 3 storeys at north-east corner. Porte cochere to north-east of tower with balustrade over.

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