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Statutory Address:

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

Canterbury (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
TR 11453 55224


1. CHARTHAM HORTON 5273 Horton Manor House TR 1055 29/740


2. C15 to early C16 U-shaped two storey timber framed building with C19 extension between the two wings. C18 and C19 refacing and refurbishment. Faced with C18 red brick and Kent peg tile hanging; some C16 and buff brick in NE wing. Kent peg tile roof. In NW entrance elevation, from left hand two bays with pyramidal roof, ground floor of brick with C19 canted bay window with sash lights without glazing bars; on first floor, two sash windows each three panes wide. Main wing of NE elevation with gabled brick porch with round-headed arch; plain tile lean- to roof to right hand over ground floor projection. On first floor, two windows with glazing bars, the second one four panes wide with thick centre mullion and third window a triple sash with glazing bars. To right hand, main roof descends low over lean-to. NE elevation with ground floor of brick with two widely spaced cambered headed sash windows each three panes wide. First floor tile hung with two flat- arched sash windows three panes wide. Tall brick stack on ridge. SE elevation with probably C15 five-light transomed and mullioned window on ground floor at NE end. Inside, central hall with inserted floor and fine oak roof with two cruciform crown posts with broach stops supported by large arched tie beams; end wall of hall with full height exposed timber-framing. Crown post with two braces in NE wing.

Listing NGR: TR1145355224


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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: 23 Apr 2003
Reference: IOE01/09912/13
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Gordon Richards. Source Historic England Archive
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