TIMBER FRAMED BUILDING IN THE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF THE CHURCHYARD OF CHURCH OF ST MARY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II*

List Entry Number: 1071488

Date first listed: 14-Feb-1967

Date of most recent amendment: 10-Oct-1980

Statutory Address: TIMBER FRAMED BUILDING IN THE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF THE CHURCHYARD OF CHURCH OF ST MARY, THE STREET

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Location

Statutory Address: TIMBER FRAMED BUILDING IN THE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF THE CHURCHYARD OF CHURCH OF ST MARY, THE STREET

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Kent

District: Ashford (District Authority)

Parish: Great Chart with Singleton

National Grid Reference: TQ 97960 41884

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History

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Details

1. 5272 GREAT CHART THE STREET (north-west side) Timber-framed building in the south-west corner of the churchyard of Church of St Mary (formerly listed as Small Building in south-west corner of Church-yard) TQ 9741 24/1A 14.2.67. II* 2. C16 or earlier timber-framed building of one storey and 2 windows with plaster infilling, widely overhanging eaves on brackets with sprockets above and a hipped tiled roof. Two small red brick additions to the west. This building seems too small to have been the pre-Reformation priest-house and too old to have been intended for watching the churchyard. Its origin and purpose are uncertain, Sir Charles Igglesden, in his "Saunters through Kent with a Pen and Pencil", suggests that it was the pest-house, but its position makes this improbable.

Listing NGR: TQ9796041884

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 180965

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