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Description: De L'angle House
Petite De L'angle
Date Listed: 29 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 171069
OS Grid Reference: TR1060755161
OS Grid Coordinates: 610607, 155161
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2567, 1.0169
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5273 CHARTHAM THE GREEN
Nos 1, 2 and 3
(De L'Angle House and
Petite De L'Angle)
TR 1055 29/232 29.9.52.
Early C18 house, thought to have been built by John Maximilien de L'Angle,
a Huguenot refugee who was Rector of Chartham between 1696 and 1724 and also
a Canon of Canterbury Cathedral. Three storeys red brick. Slate roof having
shaped gable ends with brick chimney breasts beneath them. Moulded wooden
eaves cornice. Brick stringcourse above first floor. Four sashes with glazing
bars intact. In the centre of the second floor is a round-headed niche containing
a half-length stone statue of Charles II which originally stood on a pedestal
in the garden. Two early C19 stuccoed doorways with pilasters and projecting
Listing NGR: TR1057555134
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Source: English Heritage
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