The following is a list of local medieval wood-framed houses still surviving. The list was compiled by Peter Gray for the Domestic Buildings Research Group (Surrey) 2001.
Hen & Chickens PH SU949 595
Hall house, probably 2 bays with 1 bay open hall. Enclosed in a larger building.
The Old Cottage SU952 598
Hall house, 3 bays, 1 open. Excellent example. Few modern alterations.
Biddles Farmhouse and Detached Kitchen
SU 968 630
Hall house, much restored, possibly 3 bays, 2 open, upper end uncertain
Bourne Brook Cottage
SU 966 619
Hall house, 4 bay 4 unit house, floored bay, galleried hall, bay with chamfered joists, bay with plain joists. Modern wings.
TQ 972 625 DBRG 1094
Hall house, 3 bay 1 open, but some uncertainty about 1 bay.
Gracious Pond Farm
SU 988 638 DBRG 830
Hall house, 3 bays 1 open of unusual detail and quality. Major modern additions.
SU 967 633 DBRG 3065
Hall house, 3 bays 1 open, extensive modern additions and restoration.
SU 964 625 DBRG 900
Hall house, low end and part of open hall of medieval building incorporated into central chimney house.
Stanners Hill Farmhouse
SU 995 631 DBRG 605
Hall house, 2 open bays remain, fine cross wing (3 bays), replace upper bay.
26/32 High St
SU 974 617 Chancellors
Hall house, 4 bays 1 open perhaps adapted as town building, cross wing beyond may be contemporary.
59-61 High St
SU 973 618
Hall house, 3 bays 1 open, both end bays divided suggesting possible ‘shop’ use in town.
Old Pound Cottage
SU 976 622 Chertsey Rd
Hall house, 3 bays 1 open but with evidence of original framed smoke flue. Some additions. Dendro dated 1540
SU 973 618 High St, was White Hart Inn
Shops; 2 bay floored structure, possible as shops, encased in extensive later brick additions.
89 Guildford Rd (Fellow Green House/Felton) SU 950 607
Hall house, 2 bays 1 open, undercroft partitioned off, brick facade
124 Guildford Rd (Fellow Green Cottage/White House) SU 948 605
Hall house, 3 bays, 1 open. Minor later extensions.
Brooklands Farmhouse SU941 620
Hall house, cross wing to former medieval range (rebuilt C17)
Fellow Green House, Willow Green SU 950 606
Hall house, 4 bays, 2 open, early features include evidence of undercrofts both ends. Probably earliest hall house in district. Inserted floor and smoke bay dendro dated to 1555/6
Hookstone Farmhouse SU 946 618
Hall house, 2 bay, cross wing of some quality and crown post roof. Perhaps imported from elsewhere as wing to smoke bay house.
Maltmans SU 956 617
Hall house, floored bay and part of open hall remains, later extensions.
Kenworthy/Nursery Cottage SU 931 634
Hall house. Fine cross wing, 3 bays with fine 2 bay rooms with oriels on both floors; presumed associated with demolished hall house.
Lee Lane Farmhouse SU 933 624
Hall house; substantial 2 bay cross wing with smoke bay to former hall house. Encased in C19th double pile house.
Walnut Tree Farmhouse SU 929 641
Hall house, 2 bays, 1 open but internal jetty suggests house was bigger. Various extensions.
55-7 High St, formerly The Bell SU912 634
Galleried inn, 5 bays jettied with galleried access at rear. Central carriage entrance. Extensive framing exposed internally.
44 High St. formerly Red Lion SU 912 633
Galleried inn, 16th C, central carriage entrance, abutting truss to early aisled building. Important wall paintings.