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Description: Howfield Manor
Date Listed: 29 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 171079
OS Grid Reference: TR1174856085
OS Grid Coordinates: 611748, 156085
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2646, 1.0338
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5273 CHARTHAM HOWFIELLD LANE
(formerly listed as
TR 15 NW 8/242 29.9.52.
An L-shaped building. The back or east wing is C13 and is known as the Chapel.
Built of flint, partly coated with cement. Tiled roof. One narrow lancet
window. The front or main wing facing west is mid C17. Two storeys and attic
in gable, built of red brick. Tiled roof. C17 chimney stack. Five casement
windows. At the south end is a large triangular tile-hung gable containing
an attic window. To the north of this is a projecting porch with a room over
and a small shaped Dutch gable containing an oval recess. To the north again
are three small shaped Dutch gables, the centre one topped by a curved pediment,
the others by triangular pediments. Behind, in the angle of the L, is a small
rectangular projection, with a tile-hung gable, probably containing the staircase.
Listing NGR: TR1173956088
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Source: English Heritage
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