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Description: Oasthouse About 20 Metres South East of Cherry Tree Farmhouse
Date Listed: 22 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 169380
OS Grid Reference: TQ8078041589
OS Grid Coordinates: 580780, 141589
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1450, 0.5831
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FRITTENDEN MILL LANE
TQ 8041-8141 (north side)
Oasthouse about 20
metres south-east of
Cherry Tree Farmhouse
Oasthouse, dated 1813. Red brick and timber framed stowage, part clad with
weather boarding, with plain tiled roof. Red brick roundels. Two storey
stowage with roof half-hipped to left, with 2 wooden casements and boarded door
to right on 1st floor, reached by external wooden stair. Ranges of boarded,
sliding doors on ground floor with wooden casement and boarded door to right.
Loft door on left return. Roundels attached to end right, with brick dentil
eaves cornice to cowled roof, with louvre over stowage roof. Second identical
roundel to rear right. Interior: ceiling beam on ground floor inscribed
J.T./1813 (James Thorne).
Listing NGR: TQ8078041589
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Source: English Heritage
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