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Statutory Address:

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Dover (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TR 27744 61435


ASH WESTMARSH TR26SE 2/401 Franklyn Cottage II

House. Early C18, 2 bay central staircase and chimneystack, house extended by one bay to south in early C19 when it was refenestrated and with C20 alterations and extension to rear.Red brick (now painted) in Fleming band, front and rear elevations now rendered and with applied framing to front elevation.Reg tiled roof, with right side brick chimneystack.2 storeys to main building,one storey to early C19 extension.Gable ends have knellers and s shaped iron ties.Front elevation has cogged eaves corice.2 early C19 16 paved sashes in wooded architraves.Modern gabled sash with modern plank door but original wooden beam above door.Early C19 extension to right has one larger 16 pane sash.Rear elevation has 2 1930's metal framed casements and flat roofedextension.Interior has exposed roof structure; through perlinsand collar beams.C18 staircase of half winder type. Ground floor right room has brick open fireplace with wooden bressumer.Spine beam with beaded edge.

Listing NGR: TR2774461435


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 25 Feb 2004
Reference: IOE01/10454/24
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Brian Didmon. Source Historic England Archive
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