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Description: Pollhill Mill
Date Listed: 14 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 173784
OS Grid Reference: TQ8607052275
OS Grid Coordinates: 586070, 152275
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2393, 0.6642
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HARRIETSHAM POLL HILL
TQ 85 SE
4/51 Pollhill Mill
House. Mid C16 with C17, late C18 and late C19 alterations. Timber-
framed, rendered, with plain tile roof. 2 storeys and attics on
brick plinth, with continuous jetty to front, rear and left end,
on plain brackets. Right end altered. Hipped roof with gablets.
Multiple brick stack in rear slope of roof, off-centre to left.
One early C19 dormer to right. Irregular fenestration of 3 windows;
2 two-light and 1 three-light casement. Boarded door in right end
bay. Late C18 or early C19 addition to left half of front elevation,
forming double depth. Timber framed, faced with channeled stucco
with separate plain tile roof. Stack to right. One glazing-bar
sash. Panelled door. Late C19 facade added to whole of left
side elevation, largely obscuring jetty; channeled stucco, recessed
sashes with horns, vermiculated keystone to ground=floor windows.
Late C19 lean-to to right. Interior: 4 bays. Large inglenook
with moulded stone jambs and double-corbelled top to left jamb (C20
bressumer). Front wall post of principal ground-floor room has
blank shield carved under bracket beneath cross-beam. Tension
braces to walls and partitions. Chamfered beams. Gunstock jowls.
Plaincflown-posts with 2 curved downward and 2 upward braces. Attic
floored, possibly in C17 and partitioned, with C19 corn-bins
to one of central bays, and access in right end bay. C18 niche
by stack in ground-floor left end bay.
Listing NGR: TQ8607052275
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Source: English Heritage
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