Goddards

Goddards
Goddards country house from the west.jpg
Type Country house
Location Abinger Common, Surrey
Coordinates 51°11′51″N 0°23′57″W / 51.19750°N 0.39917°W / 51.19750; -0.39917Coordinates: 51°11′51″N 0°23′57″W / 51.19750°N 0.39917°W / 51.19750; -0.39917
Built 1899
Architect Edwin Lutyens
Governing body Landmark Trust
Owner Lutyens Trust
Listed Building – Grade II*
Official name Goddards
Designated 7 February 1972
Reference no. 1028841
Goddards is located in Surrey
Goddards
Location of Goddards in Surrey
Ground floor and first floor plans, after the wings were extended in 1910

Goddards is a large country house in Abinger Common, Surrey, England.

The house was designed by Edwin Lutyens in 1898–1900 and later enlarged. It was built "as a Home of Rest to which ladies of small means might repair for holiday" for shipping magnate Frederick Mirrielees. In 1910 Lutyens extended the building and adapted it as a private residence for Mrs D Mirrielees.[1]

It has an integrated skittle alley and the gardens were designed by Gertrude Jekyll.[1]

In 1991 Bill Hall bequeathed Goddards to the Lutyens Trust in memory of his architect son, Lee Hall, who died in 1988. The property is now leased by the Landmark Trust and is available for holiday lets. It is a Grade II* listed building.[1] It is the headquarters of the Lutyens Trust. Tours are available by prior arrangement.

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References

  1. ^ a b c Historic England. "Goddards (1028841)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 23 December 2018.

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