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Description: Caroline Cottage/Youth Club (The Institute)
Date Listed: 10 October 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 170046
OS Grid Reference: TQ6770336414
OS Grid Coordinates: 567703, 136414
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1025, 0.3940
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LAMBERHURST SCHOOL HILL
8/209 Caroline Cottage/Youth
Club (the Institute)
School/Working Mens Club, now house. 1854 for the Morland family; Caveler and
Hooker of Margate, architects, extended C20. Red brick with blue brick diapering and
ashlar dressings. Ornamentally tiled roof. L-shaped plan. Two storeys on plinth with
quoins and with brick buttresses to projecting wing at left. Roofs with moulded
bargeboarded gables and moulded paired stacks to centre left and corbelled out at
end right, and with 2 gabled half-dormers to centre. Two wooden cross windows on
ground floor and boarded door in half-timbered porch in re-entrant to wing with
arched braced and bargeboarded gable. Projecting wing originally a single storey
hall, with 3 light Perpendicular style depressed arched window with inscription
plaque over. All openings with ashlar surrounds. Single storey and parapet flat
roofed extension to left. The plaque, dated 1854, records three generations of
Caroline Morlands (of Lamberhurst Court Lodge); the building also recorded in Aug.
12 1854 issue of The Builder. Founded originally as an infant school, closed 1876
and re-used as a working mens' club and youth club, converted late C20 to domestic
use. See W. Morland. Lamberhurst School.
Listing NGR: TQ6770336414
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Source: English Heritage
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