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Statutory Address:

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Tunbridge Wells (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 65737 36652


LAMBERHURST CLAY HILL ROAD TQ 63 NE (east side) 3/141 Hoathly Farmhouse GV II

House. Late C17 with possibly earlier core, clad C18. Timber framed and clad with dressed sandstone and red and blue chequered brick with plain tiled roof. The seemingly regular square plan contains at least 3 different phases of building. Main elevation of sandstone, of 2 storeys and basement on plinth with stone dentil cornice to hipped roof with brick stacks to end right and to end left. Regular fenestration (altered late C19) of two 4 light mullioned and transomed windows on each floor, segmentally headed on ground floor, with central 3 light window on first floor and central glazed door on ground floor with traceried rectangular fanlight and flat hood on brackets and flight of 3 steps. Basement opening to right. Return and rear elevations of brick, the hipped roof brought down at rear to form single storey and attic with 2 large gabled dormers and free standing stack and segmentally headed casements and rear door. Single storey service wing projecting to rear, of mixed brick and stone with carriage doors at end left and 2 half-doors. Interior: rear ranges framed in at least 2 phases, the large kitchen with inglenook dated: B w D 1696. Attached domed bread oven and early C19 iron range in inglenook. Parts of frame exposed in various places, not of large scantling. Many original boarded doors with strap hinges and iron latches etc. C18/C19 range with stone inglenook and dogleg stair with turned newels and stick balusters and with stone lined cellar with flagstone floor and lattice-partitioned dairy/cheesery.

Listing NGR: TQ6573736652


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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: 14 Mar 2003
Reference: IOE01/10170/32
Rights: Copyright IoE Norman Wigg. Source Historic England Archive
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