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Description: Garden Wall to Former Sutton Place Fronting Parsonage Lane, then Turning to North West and Returning
Date Listed: 19 January 1982
English Heritage Building ID: 172721
OS Grid Reference: TQ5562571001
OS Grid Coordinates: 555625, 171001
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4167, 0.2366
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5274 SUTTON-AT-HONE PARSONAGE LANE
Garden wall to former
Sutton Place fronting
Parsonage Lane, then turn-
ing to north-west and
TQ 57 SE 4/72 19.1.82
Partly in the parish of Darenth. The original house, now demolished, was called
Brook Place, and was rebuilt by Sir Thomas Smythe, diplomat and navigator, who died
in 1625. The contemporary garden wall is from about 3 to 8 ft high, built in red
brick in English Bond and has a dogtooth cornice and hipped coping. North-east
side has blocked in brick archway. Some patches of stock or modern brickwork.
Listing NGR: TQ5555770928
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Source: English Heritage
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