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© Mr Robin Earl LRPS

IoE Number: 433344
Location: FOLLY TO REAR OF NUMBER 100, SOUTH STREET (east side)
  WORTHING, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX
Photographer: Mr Robin Earl LRPS
Date Photographed: 28 January 2001
Date listed: 24 July 1989
Date of last amendment: 24 July 1989
Grade II

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The following building shall be added to the list:-WORTHINGSOUTH STREETTQ 1203 & TQ 1303(east side)

The following building shall be added to the list:- WORTHING SOUTH STREET TQ 1203 & TQ 1303 (east side) West Tarring 12/226 Folly to rear of No 100 GV II Folly. Early C19 heightened mid C19; altered later C19 and C20. Coursed cobblestone with brick dressings; roof material not visible. A single cell, square on plan, of 2 storeys with basement. Brick quoins to angles and open- ings, brick band between storeys, eaves cornice and embattled parapet with pitched coping. On lower floors the brick is red, with some blue bricks; on upper floor it is paler and this and the slightly differently-laid cobble indicates that the upper storey is of a different build. Entrance elevation: segmental-arched basement opening; above this, cantilevered stone steps rise to doorway which has C20 stable door below inserted soldier-brick arch a blocked pointed-arched window on left. Upper floor has a later, wide, 3-light window with header-brick arch and wooden casements with pointed-arched glazing bars. Rear: a pointed-arched window to ground floor with two 4-pane lights and glazing bars in head; upper storey has segmental-arched casement with pointed- arched glazing bars. Right return: pointed-arched casement to upper storey with red brick surround. Left return: pointed-arched window to lower storey; wide 3-light window above as front.

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