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©  Tyrone M. McDonald LRPS, LZPS

IoE Number: 141111
Location: THE BEEHIVES, A27
Photographer: Tyrone M. McDonald LRPS, LZPS
Date Photographed: 02 September 1999
Date listed: 29 May 1957
Date of last amendment: 17 November 1986
Grade II

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CHILWORTHA27SU 41 NW8/10Beehive Cottage No 129.5.57(formerly Listed as the

CHILWORTH A27 SU 41 NW 8/10 Beehive Cottage No 1 29.5.57 (formerly Listed as the Beehives) GV II One of pair of lodges. Early C19. Brick stoccoed, with attached rustic timber posts, thatch roof. Circular 2 storey. Alternate full-height arched panels and openings for 4 upper windows, ground floor with 2 windows and 2 doorways. Cast- iron leaded casements, half-glazed doors. Between panels 8 full-height attached rustic tree trunks. Wide eaves rest on stone block caps to top of tree trunks, which rest on brick base. Beehive-shaped roof, surmounted by small brick chimney. Lodge at old entrance to Chilworth Manor.

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