Cherry Garden Farmhouse And Outbuilding Attached
- 27 Jun 2002
- Cherry Garden Farmhouse And Outbuilding Attached, Jarvis Lane, Goudhurst, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN17 2NP
- Photograph (Digital)
This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
GOUDHURST JARVIS LANE TQ 73 NW (west side) 5/200 Cherry Garden Farmhouse 20.6.67 and outbuilding attached
GV II House. C16, altered and extended c.1904. Timber framed and clad with red and blue chequered brick and weather boarding, with part plastered rear wing. Plain tiled roofs. Lobby entry plan. Two storeys garret and basement with plinth and half-hipped roof with stacks moulded and clustered to centre right, and to rear left and to rear right. Three light leaded wooden casements and 2 light to centre right on each floor, and basement opening to left. Boarded doors to left and to right with flat hoods, the original entry in front of the main stack. Rear range added 1904, built and possibly designed by Davis and Leaney, a local builders firm. Jettied bargeboarded gable to roadside (left return) with mullion and tran- somed windows. The rear, garden front with mullioned and transomed windows, central door and bay window and gabled dormers. Interior: chamfered beams to framed section, with inglenook and stone-lined basement/cellar, remains of service-bay plan. Attached and projecting at end right is a single storey build- ing of red brick and plain tiled roof, with steeply hipped roof, 2 half-doors and wooden casement, a bakehouse or brewhouse in origin.
Listing NGR: TQ7377538486
Copyright IoE Mr Geoffrey Farrow. Source Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
Photographer: Farrow, Geoffrey
Rights Holder: Farrow, Geoffrey
Brick, Plaster, Tile, Timber, Weatherboard, Medieval Jettied House, Tudor Monument <By Form>, Elizabethan Jettied Building, Timber Framed Building, Timber Framed House, House, Domestic, Dwelling, Brewhouse, Agriculture And Subsistence, Food And Drink Processing Site, Agricultural Building, Bakehouse