IDEN HOUSE IDEN HOUSE, OR OLD SWATLANDS OLD SWATLANDS

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1139022

Date first listed: 22-Jun-1989

Statutory Address: IDEN HOUSE, CRANBROOK ROAD

Statutory Address: IDEN HOUSE, OR OLD SWATLANDS, CRANBROOK ROAD

Statutory Address: OLD SWATLANDS, CRANBROOK ROAD

Map

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IDEN HOUSE, OR OLD SWATLANDS
OLD SWATLANDS
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Location

Statutory Address: IDEN HOUSE, CRANBROOK ROAD

Statutory Address: IDEN HOUSE, OR OLD SWATLANDS, CRANBROOK ROAD

Statutory Address: OLD SWATLANDS, CRANBROOK ROAD

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

County: Kent

District: Tunbridge Wells (District Authority)

Parish: Goudhurst

National Grid Reference: TQ 74096 37542

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History

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Details

GOUDHURST CRANBROOK ROAD TQ 73 NW (south side) 5/158 Iden House, or Old Swatlands GV II House. C15, extended late C20. Timber-framed and part exposed with plaster infill on red brick ground floor, extended with red brick. Plain tiled roof. Hall house origin. Entrance front: the right return of the medieval range, with C20 extension. Two storey to left, with hip-end, hipped extension of 1 storey to right, and 2 storey hipped wing to rear. Four light mullioned window to left on 1st floor, and C20 casements to ground floor. Central boarded door and sidelights in pentice/porch. Left return: 2 storeys and attic with hipped roof and gablets and stack to centre right. Hipped dormer. Moulded 3-light mullioned window to left, and 3 mullioned windows on 1st floor, and 2 wooden casements, and C20 bay on ground floor. Interior: the main range appears to be an end-jettied hall house in origin, the end left bay (ie rear to entrance elevation), with smoke-blackened beams and plaster to dividing wall to central bay, but end bay probably a later rebuilding however. Crown post roof the central trussed bays with ogee bracing. Moulded crown post in right end bay, octagonal with capital and base, about 2½ feet high on hollow chamfered and cambered tie beam, the chamfer running out at floor level. The exterior wall of the end bay, now within the house, with sections of simple pargetted lathe and plaster wall. Ground floor rooms with fine double hollow chamfered and fillet moulded beams (moulded mullioned window with hollow chamfer and triple bead). Along the outer rear central walls of this range is probably C14 crenellated and moulded beam with 2 arched service doorways, which may indicate that the surviving range was a cross-wing to en earlier hall, or may be a later insertion (an adjacent bay has been reconstructed late C20 from demolished medieval and C17-C18 buildings). Wainscotting in upper parlour of c.1700. Bricks in left return inscribed: MM '90, Wm Allwork July ..., both c.1800.

Listing NGR: TQ7409637542

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