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© Mr Daniel Eugenio LRPS

IoE Number: 363378
Location: JORDANS, 129 LONDON ROAD (west side)
  CRAWLEY, CRAWLEY, WEST SUSSEX
Photographer: Mr Daniel Eugenio LRPS
Date Photographed: 25 June 2000
Date listed: 21 June 1948
Date of last amendment: 21 June 2048
Grade II

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LONDON ROAD5403(west side)No 129TQ 23 NE 3/5621.6.48(Jordans)

LONDON ROAD 1. 5403 (west side) No 129 TQ 23 NE 3/56 21.6.48 (Jordans) II GV 2. C16 farmhouse altered in early C18 and C19. Now a private house. Two parallel ranges. The rear range is the original C16 farmhouse. Two storey timber framed building with steeply pitched tiled roof running north and south and carried down over outshut on west side. The upper storey and gable at the south end have tile- hanging above the ground floor with bands of pointed tiles. The north side has tile-hanging above. C18 brick and one original casement with leaded panes. C19 gable with short hip at north end of west side. Internally the ceiling beams and joists of the original kitchen are exposed, some of the joists stop chamfered. On the first floor there are upright posts with jowls and diagonal braces. Early in the C18 the house was doubled in size by the addition of a parallel range of brick with steeply pitched roof on the east side. A brick chimney breast of unusual depth runs up the south end and forms the external wall of the eastern half of the gable end. The western half is tile-hung above the tiled off-set of the chimney breast. Two sashes and tripartite window to ground floor. Open fireplace inside. This east range has extended north wall in the C19 by a brick addition containing 2 rooms with gable.

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