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Description: The Maidstone Club
Date Listed: 30 July 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 173293
OS Grid Reference: TQ7593255839
OS Grid Coordinates: 575932, 155839
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2745, 0.5209
No 31 (The Maidstone Club)
TQ 7555 NE 1/198 30.7.51.
An early C17 house, originally called Broughton House. It was the home of
Andrew Broughton (1603-1688) Clerk of the High Court and regicide who read
out the death sentence on Charles I. It was converted into 2 in the C18.
It forms a centre and 2 projecting wings. 3 storeys and basement refronted
in pebbledash except for the ground floor which is stuccoed. Tiled roof.
Cornice and parapet. Long and short quoins to the wings. 4 sashes with glazing
bars intact. The wings each have a bay window on all floors. Doorcases with
pilasters, a joint flat hood over, rectangular fanlights and doors of 6 moulded
Listing NGR: TQ7592955838
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Source: English Heritage
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