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Description: Three Elms
Date Listed: 24 July 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 172285
OS Grid Reference: TQ5255554076
OS Grid Coordinates: 552555, 154076
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2654, 0.1853
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SEVENOAKS KIPPINGTON ROAD
TQ 55 SW
4/161 No. 142 (Three Elms)
House. Built by Baillie Scott & Beresford in 1923 for D L Wallis, who
may be the Wallis of the builder who married Baillie Scott's daughter.
L-shaped building. Painted brick with renewed hipped tiled roof with 2
brick chimneystacks. 2 storeys; 5 windows. Casements with leaded
lights. Half hipped roof to left hand side. Hipped porch. Right side
partially tile hung. Rear elevation resembles refaced Wealden house
with projecting tile hung wing and recessed centre with bracket and 2
storey canted bay. Interior has entrance hall with balustered staircase
with finials Living room has large fireplace with Delft tiles and built
in cupboard. Spine beam with runout stop. Parlour has Neo-Georgian
style fire surround and panetting. [See Homes and Gardens September
1924 for an illustrated article].
Listing NGR: TQ5255554076
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Source: English Heritage
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