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Statutory Address:

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

Tonbridge and Malling (District Authority)
West Malling
National Grid Reference:
TQ 68373 57853


In the Entry for WEST MALLING FROG LANE TQ 6857 1156-0/3/2 No. 34 30/11/93 West Malling Lodge

- II

The description shall be amended to read

WEST MALLING TQ6857 FROG LANE 1156-0/3/2 No.34 30/11/93 West Malling Lodge

- II

House. Circa early to mid C18 with C19 and C20 alterations and extensions. Flemish bond red brick with flarred headers; the front and west side rendered and lined to imitate masonry. Hipped roof with deep sprocketed eaves, now clad in concrete files. Rendered axial stacks with square yellow clay pots. PLAN: Double-depth plan with two front rooms and central entrance to stairhall, the left room extended into 1-bay addition on the left [west] side. In the C19 a porch was built on the front and 2-bay wing was built on the rear north west corner and in the late C20 a small single-storey addition was added in the rear angle. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. Symmetrical 5-bay south front with 1-bay extension set back slightly on left with flat roof 12-pane sashes in revealed boxes with cambered heads. Central doorway with panelled and glazed door and C19 rendered porch with narrow round-headed side lights with margin glazing bars. The west side 2:2:1 bays, the right is 1-bay front extension, the left is C19 2-bay rear wing and the centre set back is the original house ; 12-pane sashes, centre first floor 2 tall French casements with wrought-iron balconies and on ground floor light a large C20 French window. On east side 2 first floor windows similar to those at front and outshut and large C20 window on ground floor. At rear C19 wing projects on right with C20 single-storey extension in the angle. INTERIOR: Much of the C18 joinery survives including fielded panel doors, window shutters and panelling and an open-well open string staircase with 3 balusters per tread, column newel and fielded dado panelling. The right hand front room has fielded panelling, cornice and chimneypiece with eared architrave and moulded shelf. The left front room has fielded dado panelling, moulded cornice and china cupboard with fluted pilasters, keyblock to round arch and shaped shelves; rebuilt chimneypiece.



1156-0/3/2 No.34 West Malling Lodge II

House. C18, refronted and extended to rear in early C19. Faced in cement render, grooved to imitate masonry to south and west, other fronts red brick with blue headers. Modern pantiled roof with tall rendered chimney stack. 2 storeys. 5 windows to south front. Cambered sashes with glazing bars and central porch with marginal glazing. C19 west extension of 2 bays including originally a billiard room. Interior has staircase with 3 turned balusters to each step and dado panelling. Left side room has wooden fireplace, china cabinet and floor with marquetry inlay.

Listing NGR: TQ6837357853


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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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