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Description: Wall and Outhouse Attached to Ryecot
Date Listed: 22 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 169403
OS Grid Reference: TQ8130640914
OS Grid Coordinates: 581306, 140914
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1388, 0.5903
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FRITTENDEN THE STREET
TQ 8040-8140 (north west side)
Wall and outhouse
attached to Ryecot
Wall and outhouse. Circa 1846-8, probably by R C Hussey. Wealden sandstone
with Caen stone dressings and plain tiled roof. The wall, about 4 feet high
with moulded coping, also forms the churchyard wall, and runs from a squat pier
to north of shed, about 50 metres to the south, terminating in another low pier
adjoining the lychgate. The shed has boarded door facing south into the garden
of Ryecot, with a double chamfered segmental pointed arched doorway to the
churchyard (gable end of structure) and cusped cinquefoil in the gable (an
"ecclesiastical tool-shed," B O E Kent I, 290).
Listing NGR: TQ8130640914
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Source: English Heritage
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