© Mr Robin Earl LRPS
UPTON FARM HOUSE, UPPER BRIGHTON ROAD
WORTHING, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX
Mr Robin Earl LRPS
28 January 2001
21 May 1976
Date of last amendment:
21 May 1976
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UPPER BRIGHTON ROAD
Upton Farm House
TQ 1505 18/210
South front early to mid C18. Parts of rear and interior probably considerably
earlier. Symmetrical facade of red brick with grey headers. Shallow moulded wooden
eaves below steep slated roof. Gable chimneys. 5 flush sash windows (with glazing
bars). Slightly more widely-spaced either side of central one. Gauged heads,
with shallow straight hoods above these, on ground floor. Central wooden porch
with flat leaded roof over cornice, elliptical arches to front and sides (the latter
closed) supported on paired Tuscan colonettes and pilasters. Fanlight with decorative
glazing bars over 3-panel door.
West end weather-boarded. 2 double-storey wings extend from rear. Flint and
brick, with steep slated roofs. A further one-storey extension runs from the
west of these.