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Oast and Stables at Deanery Farm, Chartham

Description: Oast and Stables at Deanery Farm

Grade: II
Date Listed: 25 July 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 171630

OS Grid Reference: TR1011155079
OS Grid Coordinates: 610111, 155079
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2561, 1.0098

Location: Parish Road, Chartham, Kent CT4 7LD

Locality: Chartham
Local Authority: Canterbury City Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: CT4 7LD

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Listing Text

The following building shall be included in the list:


29/741 Oast and Stables
at Deanery Farm


Oasthouse and Stables C1500 altered in early C19. North west part
c.1500. Red brick with blue headers and clay tiled roof. North east
front has base of red brick in English bond with caen stone quoins, the
top redone in Flemish bond in the early C19. 3 circular window openings,
1 cambered doorcase and double door. 1 original loop light near ground
floor. 1 cross-shaped and 3 circular iron ties. North West elevation is
similar with gable end and 3 circular iron ties. South west elevation has
Cl500 diaper brick work with blue headers in English bond. 1 C19 fixed
casement, 1 casement with cambered head stable door and dovecot. The
interior of this section has 3 axial beams with run out stops, cobbed
floor and early C19 roof structure and hop press. Attached to the south
west is a section of C16 walling almost 8 feet high and 24 metres long in
English bond containing 1 blocked opening with 4 central arch and caen
stone quoins at southern end. Attached to the south east is a C1900
single storey stable block addition not of special interest.

This building is part of the Deanery complex and was probably part of the
Priors Great stable and various lodgings. [Articles in Arch. Cont. Vol.
LXXXIX (1974) PP 169-182 by M J Sparks & E W Parkin & Vol. XCIX (1983) pp
124 - 125 by Tim Tattan Brown.

Listing NGR: TR1011155079

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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