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Whitehall, Cheam: an Early Jettied House Reconsidered

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In 1966 Mr Kenneth Gravett published an analytical account of Whitehall, Malden Road, Cheam (TQ 242 638). He was hindered in his investigation of the house by some parts being difficult to reach and others hidden by plaster, by later applied surfaces or by additions to the structure. From October 1975 to February 1976 a restoration programme was undertaken that provided an opportunity to investigate those parts of the building previously hidden. With the original features of the house now largely clear, it has been possible to consider it in the context of its time.

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