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Description: The Moor Brewery, House and Courtyards with Outbuildings
Date Listed: 22 June 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 169736
OS Grid Reference: TQ7558129662
OS Grid Coordinates: 575581, 129662
Latitude/Longitude: 51.0395, 0.5031
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HAWKHURST THE MOOR
TQ 7429-7529 (west side)
18/386 The Moor Brewery, house
and courtyards with
Brewery and house, now house and outbuildings. Circa 1841. Red and blue
chequered brick and slate roof, with stables/carriage house with weather-boarded
upper storey. House with garden to front (east) and courtyard to rear. House of
2 storeys, the upper floor probably rebuilt later C19, with moulded bargeboarded
gables and stacks to left and to right. Regular fenestration of 3 glazing bar
sashes on first floor, and 1 to right on ground floor, with canted bay with glaz-
ing bar sashes to left. Central door, half-glazed with round-headed lights, and
ovoid fanlight, in moulded porch on coupled, moulded colonettes. Glazing bar
sashes to return elevations and garret. Rear elevation of the house with regular
fenestration of 3 glazing bar sashes, with open pedimented central doorcase. Rear
courtyard bounded by porch wall, about 6 feet high, with central wooden carriage
gates. incorporated into the walling a low single storey hipped outhouse with
stack and 2-storey part-weatherboarded stable range, with 4 wooden casements on
first floor, carriage doors, elliptical open passageway and boarded door on ground
floor, and loft door in gable end overlooking road, an which is a plaque
inscribed: The Moor
1841 - 1921
Listing NGR: TQ7559529659
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Source: English Heritage
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