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Description: Mereworth House
Date Listed: 14 October 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 174953
OS Grid Reference: TQ6911848358
OS Grid Coordinates: 569118, 148358
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2094, 0.4198
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TQ 64 NE
3/151 Mereworth House
Farmhouse. Late C17 or early C18. Timber framed. Left section clad
with channelled render. Exposed framing with channelled render infilling
to right section. Plain tile roof. Right section is slightly set back.
2 storeys, on continuous rendered plinth. Broadly-spaced framing to right
section, with full-height posts to ends and two towards centre, midrail with
lower rail beneath it, and one almost straight arch brace. Left section
has higher eaves and ridge than right, with roof half-hipped to left and
gabled to right. Roof of right section half-hipped to right. Slender
projecting brick stack to left gable end and multiple red and grey brick
stack towards centre of left section. Irregular fenestration of 3
casements; two three-light leaded casements to left section and one four-
light casement to right section. Left section has two three-light
casements to ground floor, right section has one sixteen-pane sash and one
three-light mullioned window. Half-glazed door with flat corniced hood,
up three steps, under stack. Lean-to to right gable end of right section,
rendered to front, weatherboarded to right end, with pump. Rear lean-to
to right section. Two-storey turret behind stack, timber framed, with
exposed posts to ground floor, tile-hung first-floor and plain tile roof
half-hipped to rear. Narrow gabled parallel rear range to left. Interior
Listing NGR: TQ6911848358
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Source: English Heritage
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