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Description: Deanery Cottage
Date Listed: 17 October 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 171065
OS Grid Reference: TR1009955037
OS Grid Coordinates: 610099, 155037
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2558, 1.0096
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5273 CHARTHAM BOLTS HILL
TR 1055 29/228 17.10.74.
Probably built by Prior Goldstone II after 1494 for the 'firmarius'. C15
timber-framed banding with infilling of roughcast, part of the ground floor
close studded and part rebuilt in red brick. The end window bays of the first
floor oversail on the protruding ends of the floor joists, but the south one
has been partly underbuilt. Curved braces support the eaves of the recessed
centre. Hipped tiled roof with smoke gablets. External brick chimneystack
to north-west. Three windows. The sides and back are of red brick. The interior
has a crownpost roof.
Listing NGR: TR1009955037
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Source: English Heritage
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