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Description: Carthorse Stable at Rumshed Farm
Date Listed: 19 February 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 179649
OS Grid Reference: TQ5511851780
OS Grid Coordinates: 555118, 151780
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2441, 0.2210
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TQ 55 SE
2/215 Carthorse stable at Rumshed
Carthorse stable. Circa mid C19, C20 repairs. Framed construction, clad with
weatherboarding; peg-tile roof.
Plan: Simple rectangular plan on a west east axis, facing north. The west
end wall has been rebuilt in concrete block.
Exterior: Single-storey with 4 stable doors on the front (north) and a window
in the centre. Roof half-hipped at ends.
Interior: The original stall partitions survive with the names of the horses
painted on the rear wall which is matchboarded - Prince, Duke, Darling, Dolly,
Roof: Jowelled wallposts support a clasped purlin queen post roof with a
ridgeboard. The roof has suffered from racking and has been repaired.
Part of a good farmstead group at Rumshed Farm, formerly called St Julian's
Farm. The parish and district boundaries run through the farmhouse, part of
which is in Sevenoaks parish.
Listing NGR: TQ5661249320
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Source: English Heritage
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