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Description: 106, Hythe Hill
Date Listed: 25 September 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 117287
OS Grid Reference: TM0142824712
OS Grid Coordinates: 601428, 224712
Latitude/Longitude: 51.8846, 0.9254
TM 0124 NW
10/552 (North Side)
GV. No. 106
House, converted into flats circa late C17, re-modelled and
extended in early mid C19 flemish bond red brick front with
stuccoed parpet rendered at side and rear. Concrete tile
lipped roof. Brick lateral axial and end stacks.
L shaped plan. The late C17 front range has cent ral
entrance hall and room on either side; behind to left is a
long C19 rear wing.
2 Storeys symmetrical 3 windows front, C19 4 pane sashes
with stuccoed flat arches with keyblocks and sills, centeral
door with pilsters entablature and C19 pannelled door. At
rear the wing has 12 pane sashes Interior circa mid C19 open
well staircase fitted into curved corner with round headed
niche ornate cast iron balustrade and moulded mahogany handrail
wreathed over curtail. Late C17 roof structure over front
range of joggled framed purlin type with some medieval re-used
Listing NGR: TM0142824712
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Source: English Heritage
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