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Brentwood (District Authority)
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TQ 59645 96086



TQ59NE DODDINGHURST ROAD, Pilgrims Hatch 723-1/5/63 (East side) Canterbury Tye Hall Farmhouse


House. Early C16, mid-C16, c1600, C19. Timber-framed and brick, both rendered with peg-tiled roofs. Plan rectangular with 2 parallel blocks, medieval to front and C19 to back with low pitched, hipped roofs. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. Front NE elevation, 3 window range with central stack behind roof apex. All windows C20 casements with transoms and small leaded rectangular panes. Ground floor, central 3-light window and single 2-light windows to each side. First floor, three 2-light casements. At SE end, C20 brick porch flush with front with hipped roof with flat tiles and single casement window. C19 stack rises behind. Rear SW elevation, 3 window range with 2 C19 red brick stacks rising from roof apex between windows. Rendered walls scored to imitate jointed ashlar. Ground floor, central C19 door, now with upper glazing, glazing bars, 3x2 panes. 2 flush panels below and 3-light rectangular fanlight. Each side, one segment headed C19 window with central vertical glazing bar in tympanum, lower part filled with C20 2-light casement with transom. C20 conservatory porch projects deeply from central door, weatherboarded below and fully glazed (including roof) above. First floor, three C20 2-light casements with transoms. NW end elevation, rendered walls with ruled ashlar jointing, central doorway bridging the 2 blocks. C20 porch in brick and timber, door with upper bowed glazing, glazing bars, 4x3 panes. Inner door C19 with 3 upper recessed lancet panels and recessed quatrefoil above each, 3 plain recessed panels below. To SW of door, C19 segment headed window with vertical glazing bar in tympanum and C20 2-light casement with transom inserted below. Over central door, first floor segment headed fixed window with glazing bars, 3x5 panes. SE end elevation, NE block, C19 stack with C20 brick porch in front. Boarded `stable' door with upper glazing of small leaded panes and similar casement window. Main house wall, ground-floor casement and first-floor narrow casement , both with rectangular leaded panes. SW block, C20 semicircular headed window with glazing bars, 3x4 panes and 3 radial panes in head. INTERIOR: 3 early C16 timber-framed bays of hall house in front block. NW bay (high end) is storeyed, to SE are 2 bays of open hall with cambered tie-beams. SE bay half removed to make a staircase hall when early C19 block added. NW end, storeyed bay end wall has mullioned window and shutter groove on first floor and shutter groove of window below. Present floor joists are post-medieval replacements but original joists were flat sectioned with housed soffit shoulders. Partition between high end and hall has stout studding below and above tie-beam with Roman numeral carpenters' marks and also peg holes in line, possibly for a warping frame, also a tension brace and original ground floor doorway. Central bay and NW bay have inserted ceiling joists of c1560, principal binding joist supported by timber sling, principal and common joists with step stop chamfers, jointed by diminished haunched soffit tenons. Stack inserted c1600 through floor in lateral position. Joists replaced round stack. Central tie-beam over inserted floors cut and doorway framed on first floor. Early C19 additional slender studding added above wall plates to raise eaves to level of added C19 block to rear, also areas of wall studding replaced in front and back walls for window and door replacement. Gouge marks in C19 studding for assembly sequence. Canterbury Tye Farmhouse and barn (qv) form a group.

Listing NGR: TQ5964596086


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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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