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Description: Planned Farmyard at Court Lodge Farm Including Apple Store to South with Subsidiary Buildings and Ba
Date Listed: 19 April 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 178959
OS Grid Reference: TQ6438352458
OS Grid Coordinates: 564383, 152458
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2476, 0.3539
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TQ 65 SW WEST PECKHAM THE GREEN
1/77 Planned Farmyard
at Court lodge Farm
including apple store
to south with subsidiary
buildings and barn with
outbuildings and two
oasthouses to south.
Planned farmyard. Circa 1840, Pagstone rubble with plain tiled roofs.
Rectangular plan with low ranges of byres, workshops, stables and wagon sheds
with two oast-Roundels to north-west attached to cart-shed with stowage over.
Between the two southern arms a single storey piggery and to south, a two-
storey timber-framed and weatherboarded barn, attached to the lower side arms
and open at the sides of the ends as cart entrances. Northern block of cattle lodge, originally for 53 head of cattle and nine calves, now cattle lodge. Central northern entrance with flanking 1½-storey blocks of Turnip House with Cake Room area to East and Hay and Chaff Room with granary over to West,
flanked by single-storey blocks of Boiling House to East and Straw barn to
west. Entrances to yard between barn and cattle lodge to east and west. Built
for Lord Torrington, (lie yard was illustrated as an exemplary farm plan in
the Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England in 1845, in an
article on 'Farming in Kent'.
Listing NGR: TQ6438352458
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