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Boldrewood Farmyard, 2 Barns, Cart Shelter, Stables and Granary-Cum-Cartshed with Linking Walls, Lenham

Description: Boldrewood Farmyard, 2 Barns, Cart Shelter, Stables and Granary-Cum-Cartshed with Linking Walls

Grade: II
Date Listed: 14 December 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 173957

OS Grid Reference: TQ8809952004
OS Grid Coordinates: 588099, 152004
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2362, 0.6931

Locality: Lenham
Local Authority: Maidstone Borough Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: ME17 2LS

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Listing Text

TQ 85 SE
(west side)
4/221 Boldrewood Farmyard,
2 barns, Cart shelter,
Stables and Granary-
cum-cartshed with
linking walls

Enclosed farmyard comprising 2 barns, cart shelter, stables and
granary-cum-cartshed. Late C19. 2 barns and rear wall of cart shelter
red brick with occasional grey headers in English bond, stables rag-
stone with high ragstone plinth to rear wall, granary ragstone on
ground floor, red and grey brick in English bond on first floor, all
with plain tile roofs. Barns in north-east and north-west corners,
linked by rear wall of cart cover. North-west barn linked by stables
to granary in south-west corner. Barns on stone plinths with 2
three-stage brick buttresses, also on stone plinth, to each gable end,
and 4 to each north wall. Half-hipped roofs. Diagonally- dentilled
brick eaves cornice continued round gable ends and also up to and
under each half hip. Ventilation holes in diamond pattern. 2 and
4 light vertical wood mullioned and transomed windows to right of
door of north-west barn and to left of door of north-east barn. Both
barns have central full-height wooden doors to south elevation and one
small possibly inserted boarded door above eaves cornice in outer
gable ends. North elevation of each barn has small central boarded
door with segmental head. Stables: Single storey. 7 stable doors,
each with 2-light window immediately above, continued into a 2-
light frieze window to right. Granary-cum-carshed: 2 storeys with
diagonally-dentilled brick eaves cornice. Hipped roof. Two 2-light
casements with segmental heads in north wall. Boarded door in east
wall reached by flight of ragstone steps with iron handrail, parallel
to wall. Door to ground floor with stone ogee head in wall of steps.
4 boarded doors separated by ragstone piers to ground floor of
south elevation, facing track outside farmyard. Interiors not

Listing NGR: TQ8809952004

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Source: English Heritage

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