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Tunbridge Wells (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TQ 80815 32824


BENENDEN TQ8032 THE GREEN 1350-0/7/114 Ashlawn II Large house. Built 1869 by George Devey in Kentish Vernacular style. Built of red brick with curved tile hanging and some timber framing. Tiled roof with brick chimney stacks. Asymmetrical building, roughly L-shaped of 2 storeys and attics. North or entrance front of red brick on stone base. 2 gables with carved bargeboards and pendants. Casement windows. Recessed entrance with door with rectangular fanlight. East front is dated 1869 on right hand end. Red brick with black brick diaper pattern on stone base. 2 projecting brick gables. Attics have decorative timber-framing, right hand one with quatrefoil motifs, left one close-studded. 1st floor has mullioned windows, ground floor mullioned and transomed windows. External brick chimneystack to left hand side with diaper black brickwork. South or garden front has 2 gables. Left side gable has ground floor of brick, 1st floor hung with curved tiles. Mullioned windows. Bellcast between ground and first floors and 4 wooden brackets. Right side gable diaper brick work on ground floor, pebbledashed first floor with tile hung attics. 1 mullioned window. Modern hipped tiled roof conservatory in angle between south and east facades. West side elevation has red brick ground floor and curved tile hung 1st floor. Slightly projecting external brick stack with multiple flues. Part of the original service wing has been demolished. Interior contains well staircase with wooden splat balusters.

Listing NGR: TQ8081532824


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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 May 2003
Reference: IOE01/10472/31
Rights: Copyright IoE Dr Henry Teed. Source Historic England Archive
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