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Description: Bake/Brewhouse Approximately 30 Metres East of East Hall
Date Listed: 8 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 123177
OS Grid Reference: TQ9348092710
OS Grid Coordinates: 593480, 192710
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6000, 0.7923
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PAGLESHAM EAST HALL LANE
TQ 99 SW
7/175 Bake/Brewhouse approx.
30 metres east of East
Bake/Brewhouse. C17 with later alterations. Timber framed and weatherboarded.
Brick plinth. Red plain tiled roof outshot to east. Tall C17 red brick with
black headers off-set chimney stack to east. Vertically boarded doors to north
and east faces. Internally the frame is through braced, has heavy chamfered
bridging joists and a side purlin roof. Large brick fireplace with mantel beam
over and pot chain. There is a large copper adjacent to south and originally a
well house adjoining, this now blocked. Brick floor. The original East Hall
sustained bomb damage during the 1939-45 War and was later demolished. The
present East Hall is not a listed building
Listing NGR: TQ9348092710
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Source: English Heritage
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