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Description: Roding Restaurant
Date Listed: 29 May 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 118669
OS Grid Reference: TQ4662196852
OS Grid Coordinates: 546621, 196852
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6513, 0.1180
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TQ 4696-4796 LAMBOURNE MARKET PLACE, ABRIDGE,
7/2 Roding Restaurant
Group of 3 properties of different periods, medieval and later, combined to
form a restaurant. Timber framed, plastered (one part with exposed framing),
roofed with handmade red clay tiles. The 3 are aligned NE-SW, aspect SE.
(1) at the NE end, a 2-bay block aligned NW-SE, jettied at the front, C15,
partly underbuilt with shop windows, exposed framing from jetty upwards, with
2 chimney stacks at W corner. To SW of it (2) 3-bay block aligned NE-SW with
one internal chimney stack behind ridge, C17/18 and rear extension aligned NW
SE. To SW of this, (3) 3-bay block with gambrel roof aligned NE-SW, C19 and
shorter parallel range at rear with one axial chimney stack, C20, W corners
built out to Silver Street frontage. 2 storeys. 3 glazed doors, continuous
ground floor windows across (1) and (2), shop window and 2 casement windows on
(3) 8 first floor windows. All windows C20 with diamond leading. (I) exhibits
close studding, curved tension braces and collar of clasped purlin roof.
Framing mainly exposed internally. (1) has hollow-chamfered binding beam,
unchamfered joists of horizontal section jointed with soffit tenons, unrefined.
There is evidence of a former partition enclosing an entrance passage at the NE
side, with blocked doorways at both ends (doorheads missing) and one doorway
into the remainder. The clasped purlin roof has arched wind bracing.
Listing NGR: TQ4662196852
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Source: English Heritage
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